The City of London Police Museum offers a fascinating and unique collection, charting the development of the UK police service, from the earliest days, through to modern policing methods.

Guided tours are available for visiting Public Services student groups, giving you astonishing insights into crime in Victorian London.

It will also help demonstrate how social changes affect the work of the police force, and will introduce you to the curious and eclectic Museum collection. It covers uniforms from 1829 to the present day, other fascinating artifacts from the Victorian era, and details of some of London's most infamous crimes and criminals, including Jack the Ripper.

Please note the museum is small and can only accept group sizes of up to 9 students and 1 teacher at a time, the tour itself is free lasting around 45 minutes.

Opening times are Tuesday and Wednesday 11am-4pm and also last Friday of the month 1230-1630hrs. Please note if volunteers are unavailable opening times will vary.

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