The Bradford Police Museum is located in the historic City Hall and provides a unique insight into the history of policing, criminal justice, civic enforcement, and the development of crime and punishment in Bradford from the early 19th century.

Visits to the museum include guided tours of the original Victorian cells and courtroom, built in 1873, which formed part of the original police station. Visitors can stand in the police cell that the famous escapologist Harry Houdini escaped from, and then climb up the dock steps to the beautifully preserved Victorian court room which has been featured in several TV and film productions including Coronation Street.

Opening Times: Friday 11am – 3pm (Last tour starts at 2.15pm), Saturday 12noon – 4pm (Last tour starts at 3.15pm)

Group Tours Group tours are available on request and subject to availability.

Please contact the museum for further details:

Telephone: 01274 510245 or 07798 518035

Email: info@bradfordpolicemuseum.com

 

Tickets

Adults:£4

Children under 16: £3

Children under 5: free

Family (2 adults and up to 2 children): £12

Seniors (65 and over) and disabled: £3