Sheffield mum Naomi Cooper, author of ‘TripsWithATot.com’ said: “I’ll be honest, I had never been to the National emergency services museum, despite living ten minutes away. I didn’t know if it was worth the money, but I went recently and all my expectations were blown out of the water.
“The staff are so lovely and welcoming and there is so much to do. The museum is split onto three floors, with Victorian police cells and murder exhibitions, forensics and police, an engine house room with old vehicles, blitz exhibition and equipment, an outside yard with ambulance, emergency services cars and vans to see and touch, and real fire engines and vintage trucks. There’s tons of information, buttons to press, and things to rummage around in and play with.”
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