Price: £3 (adult)
Time: 1 hour
Looks so picturesque, doesn't it - but Victorian and Edwardian Lincolnshire was a den of iniquity. Discover the stories of local murderers, career criminals and the local police who tried to detain them, at The Old Nick Police Museum, housed in a Victorian magistrates' court on Spring Gardens in Gainsborough, near Gainsborough Central station. Imagine yourself being convicted - or dress up in police clothing - and take a look around from 11am to 3pm.
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