Mini-Museum opening times 2024

Opening times have been announced for the mini-Museum in Tavistock, starting from early April until the autumn.

Visitors keen to see what is inside the Museum of Policing in Devon and Cornwall’s micro premises, in Tavistock’s Court Gate building, Bedford Square, can be assured the door will be open every Friday, from April 5, 2024, until October, from 11am until 3pm.

In addition, the mini-Museum will also be open to visitors on Tuesday, April 30, from 11am until 3pm. And on Saturday, March 30, to celebrate the launch of the Tavistock Heritage Quarter’s new season.

Entry to the mini museum is free.

Additional opening times and dates will be announced throughout the year.

Coffee Time Talk – June 2024

Coffee Time Talk – the Museum’s collection and archive

Bookings are now being taken for the South West Heritage Trust Coffee Time Talk, featuring the Museum’s collection and archive.
Museum Curator Alison Holmes and Archivist, Andrew Veal-Cox will each spend around 30 minutes shining a spotlight on the two sides of collection.

The event, on Friday, June 21, 10.30am-11.30am, is being organised through the South West Heritage Trust.

Tickets for the talk are £5, available to book here.

The talk includes an introduction to the records and history held by the Museum of Policing in Devon and Cornwall, and gives an insight into the Museum’s ongoing cataloguing project, preserved at the Devon Heritage Centre, Exeter.

We hope you will join us.