Tetbury Police Museum and Courtroom

Tetbury Police Museum

Tetbury Police Museum and Courtroom

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Tetbury Police Museum and Courtroom

In 1969 the Tetbury Magistrates Court was moved to Cirencester and the police took over a new building in the London Road. Tetbury Town Council then purchased the Victorian police station and courtroom in Long Street.

What can you see at Tetbury Police Museum?

A view of the exterior of Tetbury Police MuseumA number of interesting displays of photographs and equipment show the history of policing, while in the first floor courtroom there is a complete magistrates court with a display using models and depicting hearing, as it would have been in the late 1940s or early 1950s.

Opening Times

Monday - Friday (excluding Bank Holidays): 10.00 am to 3.00 pm
Other times by appointment

Address and Contact Details

The Old Courthouse
63 Long Street

Tel: 01666 504670

Page last updated 31/07/2013 10:12:54

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