Visitors' Info

The Police Exhibition of 1946.

Held in The Corn Exchange in Church Street.

'The exhibition illustrates the need for a police museum, with a central and permanent home, where a wide range of police articles of historical and technical interest could be housed and made available for reference and study, where a register could be kept as a key to the nature and whereabouts of similar exhibits are elsewhere and through which selected exhibits could be made available, temporarily or permanently at Training Schools and other police establishments or for local and temporary Exhibitions open to the public, as occasion may require.'

Home Secretary Chuter Ede 1946

 

The Museum is housed in the basement of Brighton Town Hall. Click on the icons below to see how to visit us.

Page link: OLD POLICE CELLS MUSEUM
OLD POLICE CELLS MUSEUM
A guided tour
Page link: Brighton Town Hall
Brighton Town Hall
Beginnings
Page link: How to find us
How to find us
Map and directions
Page link: Arranging a visit
Arranging a visit
Opening hours and booking a tour of the museum
Category link: We have been granted a wedding licence.
We have been granted a wedding licence.
A special place for a very special day.