This former police station from the Victorian era now serves as a museum for the GMP authority, and is an interesting if brief trip on an otherwise uneventful mid week afternoon - the volunteer staff are knowledgeable and helpful, and the displays accessible to most, including tailored information for various age ranges.
If you're looking for very specialist information on the history of policing, you may find this attraction to be too general, but as an overview and free attraction it's really not too bad.
As the building is fairly tightly contained, open days during school holidays and similar will be busier with family and youth groups taking up a lot of space, but staff are adept at dealing with traffic flow through the exhibits.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.