I had planned to go on holiday and i had googled and found this most amassing museum, Perfect for me and my autistic 3 year old! Free, quiet, educational and police cells. I decided i would visit here when i am in Brighton and planned my day, i arrived and the wonderful guy told me it was closed. It has... 更多
This is a tour of the cells in the old police station under the town hall in central brighton. you go back as far as regency times and there are some great artefacts there as well as great stories,including when the chief constable got murdered there ! worth going to if you history - recommended !
found out about this on trip advisor,saw it was free and sounded interesting.host was very informative and entertaining.tour lasted about 1 1/2 hours .so good recommended it to my in-laws who went next day and enjoyed it as well
What a surprise! This was a really interesting, fascinating way to spend an hour and a half. Situated in the Town Hall you are led below stairs to learn the history of the police force in Brighton from its origins. There is graffiti from the times of mods and rockers, the story of the bombing of the Grand Hotel during... 更多
What a great way to pass a couple of hours. The tour is free and run by volunteers, this is a tour of the old police station which is base in the basement of the town hall. You get shown the original cells and general detention area and told about the history, there's a display of old police equipment and... 更多
Excellent tour by the ex-Mayor of Brighton. Highly recommended. Well thought out, lots of interesting memorabilia and even some original prisoners' graffiti.
Just a nice quiet way to spend an hour or so. The building is interesting and a good insight into the Victorian prison system. The tour is made special by the guide, who is fun and informative, with lots of stories and facts. Well worth a visit.
The tour is guided by a retired police officer who answered every questions, tells a lot of stories about old and recent history concerning police job for several centuries to nowadays, anecdotes, strange, funny or sad stories; the tour takes around 1h30 but you never are bored, parents as children. we were lucky to be guided by Paul, and it... 更多
If you have an hour or so to fill in the morning, this is worth a bit of your time. The guided tour of this small but interesting museum is with a retired policeman, he was knowledgeable and amusing. Some good exhibits relating to Brighton's past.