The Crime Museum opens to the public for a limited time only
London’s most secret and inaccessible museum finally reveals its famous crime scenes in an exhibition of previously unseen police artefacts until April 16th, 2016. This is fascinating, though a little macabre, so it’s not for the faint at heart.
The Crime Museum was created in 1875 but has only ever been open to police professionals and invited guests. Now you can see evidence from high profile crimes such as the Acid Bath Murderer, the Great Train Robbery and the Millennium Dome Diamond Heist.
There are also talks from London’s best detectives and more so be sure to check out the full list of events here.