Thames Valley Police has a small museum at the White House, at the Thames Valley Police training centre in Sulhamstead.

It includes displays on the history of Thames Valley Police and the five police forces that merged to form it: Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxford City, Oxfordshire and Reading Borough.

The museum's collections include items from the Great Train Robbery of 1963, uniforms, equipment, medals, scenes of crime evidence, and Amelia Dyer.

Visits to the museum are by appointment only, with a maximum group size of six. The museum is currently only open on Wednesdays. To make a booking please email [email protected]

A new small local museum has opened in Milton Keynes in partnership with MK Heritage. It is open by appointment only for groups of up to five. To make a booking or to find out more please email [email protected] 

For more information, please email us at [email protected] or write to: 

The Curator 
Thames Valley Police Museum 
Sulhamstead House 

To help cover expenses, the museum makes the following charges:


Adults, £3 per person

Senior citizens, £2.50 per person

Children under 12 – no charge

School groups and youth organisations –  no charge

Charity organisations –  no charge

Non-appointment Wednesday between 10am and 12pm – no charge

Visits to the museum are by appointment only. Although no charge is made to youth, school and charity organisations, donations are encouraged to help us maintain the museum.


Private/Organisations £40

School groups and youth organisations – no charge

Charity organisations –  no charge

Please note that we're only able to deliver talks within the area that Thames Valley Police serves – Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.

Research requests

The museum team can no-longer conduct research requests into service or family history.

Due to the ongoing archive work the Thames Valley Police museum is currently unable to accommodate any research requests.

Donation of Artefacts and Exhibits

Unfortunately, we can't take any donations of artefacts and exhibits at this time.