Saturday March 19th 2016
Museum of London
For the first time ever, never-before-seen objects from the Metropolitan Police’s Crime Museum are on public display in a major exhibition at the Museum of London.
Since its establishment by serving officers in the mid-1870s the Crime Museum has previously only been open to police professionals and invited guests. Now, using original evidence from this extraordinary collection, we have an opportunity to go on a fascinating journey through some of the UK’s most notorious crimes from Dr Crippen to the Krays, the Great Train Robbery to the Millennium Dome diamond heist.
The Museum recommends that under-16s do not attend due to the nature of the material on display.
Saturday, March 19th 2016
Ends: Saturday, March 19th 2016
Bookings close: March 8th 2016
150 London Wall
London EC2Y 5HN
By tube: Barbican, St Paul's
By rail: Liverpool Street, City Thameslink, Farringdon
By bus: 4, 8, 25, 56, 100, 172, 242, 521
You will find the Museum on London Wall at the junction with Aldersgate Street. Coach set-down points are located on London Wall (travelling towards Moorgate) and on St.Martins-le-Grand.
Please note that due to demolition works the St Alphage highwalk is closed until further notice. If you are travelling to the Museum of London by tube we advise you alight at St Paul's or Barbican, rather than Moorgate