We're open as normal, meaning no booking is required. As we're a small space we're asking visitors to please bring and wear a face mask throughout their visit.

Please note we are open Saturdays only until further notice. Our usual Wednesday openings in school holidays are cancelled. 

Archive photo of a police officer talking to two children
The museum tells the story of the history of the police in Essex from the Victorians to modern day.
Things you can see include the shoes of Camille Holland, murdered for her money in 1898, and the death mask of Frederick Browne, who killed PC Gutteridge in 1927.

Museum shop sign - boy in stocks