… about how things have changed
Schools, groups and research
The Tetbury Police Museum and Courtroom welcomes enquiries from schools, groups, students and researchers.
Our collection may be able to support various topic areas and can provide an inspiring and engaging learning experience.
Booking is essential for all groups visiting the museum.
How to book and other useful information
Contact us for more information on how we can help support various topic areas.
What was law and order like in Victorian England?
Why did the Victorians develop a police force?
What did the ‘highwaymen’ do?
How did forms of punishment compared with today?
Who invented the photofit?
What was the punishment for stealing a sheep?
How to book
Bookings can be made by phone or email:
Entry to the museum is free.
Workshop dates and costs are available on request.
There is no parking at the museum but coaches can stop outside to drop off children safely.
Most of the museum is accessible using ramps.
Please tell us if a member of your group needs additional help.