The collection and charity...
The National Emergency Services Museum is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) and is based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire but works alongside and/or in partnership with other attractions and groups across the UK .
Sheffield, South Yorkshire...
The Charity and National Emergency Services Museum is housed in the Victorian combined Police, Fire & Ambulance Station in the centre of Sheffield and is home to the bulk of the collection.
The original museum in Sheffield opened in the early 1980’s with just a few vehicles and exhibits from the South Yorkshire area. Over time the collection grew and developed into the National attraction you see today. The museum includes exhibits and vehicles from all of the Emergency Services and tells the story of the services and how they work together and the historic building itself is the prime exhibit.
The National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield is open all year round - see ‘Visitor info…’ for opening hours. Sheffield is the head office of the charity but as a whole NESM works alongside other attractions and groups around the UK
The National Emergency Services Museum and the Ambulance Heritage Society have a very close bond and work together to display the history of our Ambulance Service.
AHS are based in Nottingham and have a vast collection of vehicles, uniforms, helmets relating to the Ambulance Service and most of all a fantastic archive of documents and photos.
The AHS can currently be seen at many events across the UK but over the coming months some of this collection will be going on public display in the National Emergency Services Museum, Sheffield.
For more information about AHS please click the link below to go directly to their website