A 1940s CHRISTMAS The National Emergency Services Museum, Old Police/Fire Station, West Bar, Sheffield S3 8PT
The National Emergency Services Museum
hosts a 1940s themed Christmas on the 16th and 17th of December.
Join us for a weekend full of nostalgia and excitement! Our Victorian Police, Fire and Ambulance station will return to it's former 1940s glory,
decorated and complete with a visit from Father Christmas you can experience the seasonal festivities in our unique setting!
The weekend will involve music, a live singer, Christmas crafts, activities, vintage film screenings and object handling. Explore our Sheffield in the Blitz exhibition, Experience a fire engine ride and make a 1940s Christmas decoration. The Museum's permanent exhibitions will remain throughout the weekend and we welcome those attending the event to explore what the museum has to offer!
The event will be the price of standard admission but enjoy discounted entry if arriving in 1940s dress! (standard admission of £8.00 per adult reduced to £6.00 for those in 1940s clothing) Quote 'Friends of the 40s' to receive a further £1 off entry!
(See website or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details)
Wanting more? We will also be hosting a 1940s hot buffet in our Dance Hall.
Enjoy a dance, dinner and some fine 1940s music and celebrate Christmas in style!
(£35pp, please call 01142491999 or email email@example.com to book)