Emergency Services Museum Ghost Hunt • Sat 14 Mar - The Ghost Book
Light a candle, find a comfy seat and delve into The Ghost Book. Discover haunted places, spooky stories and book yourself a ghost hunt, if you dare?
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Ghost Hunts


The station was built in 1886 and was the first of its kind to combine the three emergency services in one place.

The fire station had cutting edge technology including electric bells and the fireman’s pole. The police station section, which is now the reception of the museum, had cells, stables and offices. The cobbled area was the ambulance station, and the ambulances would have been driven by the firemen. The station was in operation through both World Wars and survived the Sheffield Blitz. Damage to the front of the building that was caused by bombing can still be seen today. 

The building sat empty for around twenty years until the Emergency Services Museum was opened by firemen in 1983.



You’d expect the museum to be haunted by servicemen, which it may well be. But more is known about its criminal spiritual inhabitants. It is said that a former prisoner and a pickpocket haunt the building. 

Full bodied apparitions and shadows are seen. Disembodied voices are heard and paranormal activity is common. A glass is said to have been thrown at investigators. 

It seems the cells are still serving their purpose, years after use. Who will you encounter at The Emergency Services Museum?

Read a full account of the museum’s history and hauntings here. 


YOUR HOSTS: Haunted Houses Events Ltd

YOUR EVENT: About your Fire and Police Museum ghost hunt:

  • Ghost hunting in small, personal groups
  • An introduction to ghost hunting techniques and equipment
  • Psychic and scientific experiments throughout the night
  • A Psychic medium on hand to give guidance on most ghost hunts when available
  • Lone vigils in the dark for the very brave
  • Full use of our equipment
  • A friendly, energetic and professional team delivering an amazing experience
  • Unlimited Refreshments throughout the night

Please note:

  • This location has no sleeping facilities
  • Haunted Houses Events will provide all refreshments throughout the night inclusive
  • This location has no onsite parking facilities, Street parking or nearby public car parking is available (fees may apply).
  • This location is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues
  • All attendees must be 18 years or older
  • Not suitable for pregnant ladies
  • Guests are to bring any personal snacks, medications as per required
  • This is a very dark location; all attendees must bring a torch with them
  • All attendees are expected to wear sensible shoes and warm layered clothing