The Museum tells the story of early policing in Bridgetown, how the original police station and lock-up was used, and who were the police officers in this station.

The Bridgetown Police Station Museum is a key character in the town’s past. Built in 1880, the building stayed in official use until 1973 and is now a fascinating state of the art museum showcasing its days as a goal and policing outpost.

Experience for yourself one of the tiny, harsh original cells and get an insight into the life of the district.
Keep an eye out too for details of the seasonal night Ghost Walks through the town!