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Coventry Police Museum


Coventry Police Museum was founded in 1957 by the then chief constable Edward Pendleton; the museum illustrates some of Coventry’s more gruesome past. All exhibits and historical facts have a Coventry link. Included in the museum is Mary Ball's ‘death mask’, the last woman to be hung in Coventry in 1849. Please note that some parts of the museum are restricted to over 18s only. Visits are by appointment only; please dial 101 and then enter ext. 8313040 to book or send an email to: tony.rose@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Address: Coventry Central Police Station, Little Park Street, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 2JX