New York City Police Museum, New York City, New York
100 Old Slip, New York City, New York 10005| Map |
The New York City Police Museum (NYCPM) celebrates the history and contributions of the New York City Police Department since its establishment in 1845. While one of the museum's primary focuses is a memorial to September 11th, the museum contains a wide range of information on the history of the NYPD.
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Address: 100 Old Slip, New York City, New York 10005| Map
Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am - 5 pm. Sun 12 pm - 5 pm. Closed on national holidays.
Price: Adults: $8; Children, Seniors & Students: $5; Children under 2: Free.
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This is a great police museum. There is a good balance between the somber (911 and the Fallen Officers) and the fun. The exhibit for 911 was excellent. The equipment from the fallen officers in the attack and the video with interviews from the officers on-scene was presented in a way to really brings ho...
I highly suggest the One pass. You get one ticket and 8 Museums in NYC. http://www.downtownexp... I recommend this Museum because of it's never before seen video of 911. The most somber section of the exhibit includes the personal effects of three police officers who died in the 9/11 attack, on loan with permission from the families. The gun belt, shield, keys and collar brass of Police Officer Moira A. Smith, the only female NYPD officer to perish on 9/11, are displayed. They have an annual antique police car show. http://www.policeny.co... Great little museum for children. They can test out the sirens used in an NYPD patrol car, take their own "mug shot" and see what life is like on the other side of t...
It's an okay museum. Not bad, but considering its not free, I wouldn't recommend coming here unless you are a huge fan of cops, or are near the South Street Pier market area. It now costs $7 bucks for adults, mandatory! If I had known, I probably wouldn't have brought my boo here. The museum itself is tiny, and not worth the money. There was a small area which was for kids, and it was the most interesting thing for us - we took a bunch of cute pics in the fake cars and police vans. The bored parents watching their kids were more than happy to take pics of a cute couple such as us! If you want to see a NY Museum that is similar to this, but don't want to pay, you should head over to the Fire Departmen...