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The Vancouver Police Museum takes you on a thrilling journey through the city's history of policing, crime, justice and "wild west" foundations, all the way to its modern-day gang enforcement and community programme initiatives. Visitors can expect to spend at least an hour exploring the galleries on the building’s top floor which include our popular True Crimes and Turf Wars exhibits, in addition to our weapons showcase, interactive crime scene investigation exhibits, the former city morgue and autopsy suite, and an astonishing array of historic artefacts unavailable anywhere else in the world. When you're done, swing by the gift shop and find unique police and crime-related souvenirs to remember your visit. Bring your camera too! There are amazing photo opportunities at in every room.
What our Visitors say
Be a cop and a robber in the same day! The Vancouver Police Museum is packed with history and some good interactive stations. The collections of confiscated weapons and crime scene evidence is interesting and a bit shocking. A fun visit, even more if you put on the costumes and get locked into the jail cell. Careful though, the current police station is just across the street!Annette 0.- Trip Advisor
We ended up spending almost two hours here. It’s situated in the city’s old morgue, which adds a cool element. It’s very informative, interesting, and definitely something to do that’s off the beaten path. Highly recommended!Yoyoyoster-Trip Adviser
It was really well done with lots of great displays. Not only police history, but also old morgue and autopsy room for you CSI fans. Couple of great areas for selfies and/or kid pictures. Lots of great info on famous area crimes, Confiscated weapons, K-9 corps, motorcycle cops, etc. We only had 45 mins of parking otherwise we would have stayed longer!Stuart-Trip Advisor
My wife and son loved it. We came here and spent 2 1/2 hours and enjoyed our visit very much! The staff were really friendly and helpful too. I want to go back and go on the walking tour someday.Ken L.-Trip Advisor
- 18 SepRead more
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