Sheffield Fire & Police Museum

 

Overview

Test your nerve on a spooky ghost hunt at this former Fire, Police and Ambulance station. Prison Cells, Original Engine House and Three Floors to explore and investigate in the dead of night.

Sheffield Fire and Police Museum Ghost Hunts

Are you a fan of the paranormal? Have you ever wanted to experience something beyond this realm? Then why not explore the mysterious and intriguing Sheffield Fire & Police Museum? It is a unique location full of secrets and intrigue. Its reputation for hauntings and unexplainable occurrences precede it, with many visitors having heard voices and seen objects move without anyone around them. What’s more, many report feeling an uneasy feeling as they traverse the upper floors, with some claiming to have seen mysterious figures. If you want to discover the history and ghosts of this building for yourself, then make sure to take a look at the History and Ghosts section on the museum’s website for more information. Come and explore the unknown at your own pleasure.

Your Ghost Hunting Event

Spend a spooky evening with Haunted Houses for an exclusively great ghost hunt experience at Sheffield’s Fire and Police Museum! You will gain an understanding of the methods and technology used to interact with spirits, like Ouija boards, glass divination, and table tipping. Guests may even be given the opportunity to explore alone with ‘lone vigils’. Groups will be split into smaller groups to maximize the night’s paranormal encounters. If you’re new to the paranormal, this night could easily lead to an new an exciting, long-term fascination.

This is a real ghost hunt experience, there is no fakery, tricks or actors jumping out at you.

Haunted Houses look forward to welcoming you at this amazing building and sharing a night that you will not forget.

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED:

  • – EMF Readers: K2 Meters, Gauss Masters
  • – Rem Pods
  • – MEL Meters
  • – Laser Grids
  • – Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • – Spirit Boxes including the Estes Method
  • – Trigger Objects / Sensor Lights / “Cat Balls”
  • – Ouija Boards / Glass Divination / Table Tipping
  • – Dowsing Rods / Crystal Pendulums

 

ABOUT YOUR SHEFIELD FIRE AND POLICE MUSEUM GHOST HUNT:

  • – This exciting event is a real ghost hunt experience. different to ghost walks or a history tour
  • – Knowledgeable, experienced, and friendly and hosts
  • – We do not condone any tricks or faking of activity
  • – Ghost hunting with us is in small groups, we do not believe in overcrowding
  • – Spiritual white light protection and grounding before you start
  • – We can offer an introduction to ghost hunting techniques and equipment for all our first-time ghost hunters
  • – Traditional Victorian, and scientific experiments for you to try throughout the night
  • – Lone vigils in the dark for the bravest or experienced ghost hunters
  • – Full hands-on use with the equipment
  • – Unlimited hot and cold drinks throughout the night
  • – Guests may bring personal midnight snacks if they wish (not included)
  • – A group discussion of findings at the end sharing experiences with those in other groups who may have missed the happenings you encountered

 

PLEASE NOTE BEFORE BOOKING YOUR GHOST HUNT: 

  • – This location has no sleeping facilities
  • – This location is not suitable for wheelchair users sorry
  • – All attendees must be 16 years or older
  • – Not suitable for pregnant people
  • – This is a dark location with uneven flooring, all attendees must bring a torch with them
  • – Sensible shoes at all times, and warm layered clothing is essential in cold weather
  • – Be sure that you can attend. All events are non-refundable and non-transferable should you wish to cancel

Reported Ghosts

The museum is now home to many old fire engines and police memorabilia so it is no surprise with so many artifacts that some spirits may still be attached to them.

The most famous spirit residing at this interesting haunted place, is that of a former prisoner called Cain. It has been known on ghost hunts that Cain usually enjoys communicating with the living, but he is known to have a more sinister side. On many occasions he has been known to throw the glass and break it during glass divination experiments. He is renowned for making his presence felt – especially to women! He makes it quite obvious he resents anyone daring to enter his cell. There are also the reports of a spirit which has quite an evil streak, who has been spotted lurking in recent years sending chills through the visitors and staff alike.

Venue History

The building originally opened in the 1900’s as a purpose built fire station, and was one of the first in the country. At a later date a police station was added to the building including it’s own holding cells and work rooms.

During the World War the cellars of the building were used as air raid shelters. Today, the building is home to the National Emergency Services Museum and is open to the public.

Sheffield Fire and Police Museum Ghost Hunts

Are you a fan of the paranormal? Have you ever wanted to experience something beyond this realm? Then why not explore the mysterious and intriguing Sheffield Fire & Police Museum? It is a unique location full of secrets and intrigue. Its reputation for hauntings and unexplainable occurrences precede it, with many visitors having heard voices and seen objects move without anyone around them. What’s more, many report feeling an uneasy feeling as they traverse the upper floors, with some claiming to have seen mysterious figures. If you want to discover the history and ghosts of this building for yourself, then make sure to take a look at the History and Ghosts section on the museum’s website for more information. Come and explore the unknown at your own pleasure.

Your Ghost Hunting Event

Spend a spooky evening with Haunted Houses for an exclusively great ghost hunt experience at Sheffield’s Fire and Police Museum! You will gain an understanding of the methods and technology used to interact with spirits, like Ouija boards, glass divination, and table tipping. Guests may even be given the opportunity to explore alone with ‘lone vigils’. Groups will be split into smaller groups to maximize the night’s paranormal encounters. If you’re new to the paranormal, this night could easily lead to an new an exciting, long-term fascination.

This is a real ghost hunt experience, there is no fakery, tricks or actors jumping out at you.

Haunted Houses look forward to welcoming you at this amazing building and sharing a night that you will not forget.

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED:

  • – EMF Readers: K2 Meters, Gauss Masters
  • – Rem Pods
  • – MEL Meters
  • – Laser Grids
  • – Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • – Spirit Boxes including the Estes Method
  • – Trigger Objects / Sensor Lights / “Cat Balls”
  • – Ouija Boards / Glass Divination / Table Tipping
  • – Dowsing Rods / Crystal Pendulums

 

ABOUT YOUR SHEFIELD FIRE AND POLICE MUSEUM GHOST HUNT:

  • – This exciting event is a real ghost hunt experience. different to ghost walks or a history tour
  • – Knowledgeable, experienced, and friendly and hosts
  • – We do not condone any tricks or faking of activity
  • – Ghost hunting with us is in small groups, we do not believe in overcrowding
  • – Spiritual white light protection and grounding before you start
  • – We can offer an introduction to ghost hunting techniques and equipment for all our first-time ghost hunters
  • – Traditional Victorian, and scientific experiments for you to try throughout the night
  • – Lone vigils in the dark for the bravest or experienced ghost hunters
  • – Full hands-on use with the equipment
  • – Unlimited hot and cold drinks throughout the night
  • – Guests may bring personal midnight snacks if they wish (not included)
  • – A group discussion of findings at the end sharing experiences with those in other groups who may have missed the happenings you encountered

 

PLEASE NOTE BEFORE BOOKING YOUR GHOST HUNT: 

  • – This location has no sleeping facilities
  • – This location is not suitable for wheelchair users sorry
  • – All attendees must be 16 years or older
  • – Not suitable for pregnant people
  • – This is a dark location with uneven flooring, all attendees must bring a torch with them
  • – Sensible shoes at all times, and warm layered clothing is essential in cold weather
  • – Be sure that you can attend. All events are non-refundable and non-transferable should you wish to cancel

The building originally opened in the 1900’s as a purpose built fire station, and was one of the first in the country. At a later date a police station was added to the building including it’s own holding cells and work rooms.

During the World War the cellars of the building were used as air raid shelters. Today, the building is home to the National Emergency Services Museum and is open to the public.

The museum is now home to many old fire engines and police memorabilia so it is no surprise with so many artifacts that some spirits may still be attached to them.

The most famous spirit residing at this interesting haunted place, is that of a former prisoner called Cain. It has been known on ghost hunts that Cain usually enjoys communicating with the living, but he is known to have a more sinister side. On many occasions he has been known to throw the glass and break it during glass divination experiments. He is renowned for making his presence felt – especially to women! He makes it quite obvious he resents anyone daring to enter his cell. There are also the reports of a spirit which has quite an evil streak, who has been spotted lurking in recent years sending chills through the visitors and staff alike.

  • This location has no onsite carpark. Parking is via public car parks (fee may apply)
  • Refreshments are provided by Haunted Houses Events and are included in the price
  • Guests may also bring own personal breaktime snacks
  • This is not a sleepover event
  • This location is suitable for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues

Sheffield Fire & Police Museum

£45.00 Per Person

Test your nerve on a spooky ghost hunt at this former Fire, Police and Ambulance station. Prison Cells, Original Engine House and Three Floors to explore and investigate in the dead of night.

£45.00 Per Person

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