For Christmas (15th and 16th of December) only, The National Emergency Services Museum will be host to some fantastic forties festivities.
For two days our Victorian Police, Fire and Ambulance station will be transformed into a 1940s wonderland, with a variety of amazing reenactments, displays, crafts, fire engine rides and stalls. For those who love to jump and jive we have the renowned Marina Mae performing throughout the weekend along with other fantastic forties acts. Santa himself will also be spending the weekend with us and will be available for meet and greets Saturday and Sunday.
The Museum itself will also be open as usual, allowing all visitors, regular and first time, a look at the Museum in all of its vintage trimmings. With three floors of interactive exhibitions, hands-on play and educational experiences you won't be short of things to do. From a 47 foot lifeboat, miniature climbing wall and smelly Victorian Police cells to shiny Fire Engines, our living history Blitz exhibition and our real-life leeches there is something for all ages.
We will also be running our usual Fire Engine Ride Experiences where you and your family can make Christmas memories with a ride in a real-life Fire Engine as it goes round on our route!
NEW FOR THIS YEAR is our mini Christmas Market in our outside exhibition space. Why not wrap up warm, grab a mulled wine and peruse our festive covered market area for unique gifts, vintage clothing and homewares!
For more information please go to www.emergencymuseum.org.uk
USUAL MUSEUM PRICE APPLIES FOR ACCESS TO THIS EVENT
£1.00 DISCOUNT FOR THOSE IN VINTAGE DRESS
Under 3s: FREE
Fire Engine Rides: £1.00pp
PAY ONCE VISIT ALL YEAR FOR FREE
Santa meet and greet only, no gifts.
Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.