Visiting Information & Contact
Hatfield Police Station is always open so visits are possible seven days a week – please just contact us to let you know when you would like to come, but we would appreciate 14 days’ notice of your visit!
Most group sizes can be accommodated although larger groups will be divided into small parties to go down into the Bunker itself.
SCHOOL AND YOUTH GROUPS
The main aim of the Bunker is as an educational facility for school pupils and youth groups. We are happy to tailor your visit to meet any particular educational needs; please speak to a member of the team for further information.
There is no charge for school parties and youth groups (Scouts / Guides, ATC etc) up to the age of 18.
Because the Bunker Museum is located within an operational police station, we regret that casual visits are not possible and only pre-booked groups can be accommodated.
We regret that because of the age and design of the premises, there is no step-free access to the underground part of the Museum.
We are working to find a suitable solution to allow easy access for all those wishing to visit the museum.
Limited public car parking (including disabled spaces) is available outside the police station.
To maintain the security of all visitors and operational staff within the police station, we may conduct bag searches when you arrive into the police station.
Some of the exhibits and items on display may not be suitable for all children. These items include ammunition, police defensive equipment and a drug identification box - please make the team aware if this is unclear
To book and attend one of our open days, or for General Enquiries please use the form at the bottom of this page.
To enquire about attending on a specific date please use the booking page.