The Peel Museum

The Society as now established the Peel Museum at Middleton Hall on the outskirts of Tamworth, one mile from Drayton Manor the former Peel family home. The Museum first opened in 2004 and is now located in a larger room, which contains 14 display cases showing hundreds of Police and Peel items, supported by two large Murals, which together with other panels tell the stories of both the early Police and the Peel Family. In 2018, the Museum had a major upgrade with the help of the HLF and work continues on the displays and interpretations. 

Entrance to the Peel Museum is FREE, but a small donation is appreciated to help us cover the rent, however Middleton Hall have a entrance fee (free to Peel Society members with membership card).

  
A Copy of the Tamworth Statue's Head of Sir Robert Peel


The Sir Robert Peel 4, 5 and 6 Case


The Beatrice Lillie (Lady Peel) Case


One of the Police Cases


A Case showing items about the Corn Laws in 1846


General View of the Museum


General View of the Museum