Located in the atrium of Toronto Police headquarters, this 278 square meter (3,000-square foot) museum stands as a tribute to ... More
Toronto Police Museum
Located in the atrium of Toronto Police headquarters, this 278 square meter (3,000-square foot) museum stands as a tribute to the men and women who risk their lives to protect the community. Educational interactive displays within this space allow visitors to grasp the importance of trust and understanding between the city's citizens and the police force. On display are historic vehicles, past and present uniforms, badges, weapons and facts about infamous cases. The Toronto Police museum theater also features videos of police operations.
For years its been the same and same and same.....
Boring and more boring everytime....
Only when they bring stuff outside then its actually good.
But the inside its really boring for returning members.
For people interested in policing or curious about a specific facet of Toronto history not covered any where else in the city, then this is the place to go. Plus it's free!
Some exhibits that try to be interactive are not working. But there's a good collection of old handcuffs, restraints, uniforms, evidence collected from some high-profile cases and an old police station.
The museum is interesting but needs to be larger. It was not very clean and some of the displays were broken. A lot of the displays were covered in green goo (snot?) which came away on your clothes and forehead!
The tour guides kept on passing wind so a gas mask would be highly recommended.
Overall a great time and very informative. Worth a visit!
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