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The history of the NZ Police is well laid out, easy to read and can be very interactive with the young ones.
A few different souvenirs can be purchased as you leave the building.
There are limited parks outside the building otherwise it is on...More
This small but innovative museum has excellent displays on the history of the NZ Police. Several of the country's most notorious crimes and their investigations are highlighted. The cultural change in NZ Police over the years is also on display. Worth a stop if you...More
The Retiree Club I belong to went on outing in 2015 to the Police Museum. We were taken around and shown all the exhibits which included very interesting crimes from many years ago up to the present time. All the uniforms worn in this century....More
A great place to stop to get a quick history lesson on New Zealand and policing in New Zealand. Very well laid out with some fascinating pieces on display. Very helpful and informative staff. Worth a visit on you way past.
You will learn all there is about the history of Police force of New Zealand in this museum. The place is just adjacent to New Zealand police college and you can take the bus to the place from Wellington. I spent about 2 hours there...More
The museum is onsite of the New Zealand Police College, and I really would recommend that if you are in this city to visit. It is filled with a rich history of the NZ police, from it's humble beginnings to now. There is a fun...More
The police museum is worth stopping in on if you're in the area. It's free to the public and is set up in two distinct rooms - one of which might not be suitable for younger children as it details stories regarding violent and mass...More
This was a school holiday visit for the kids but it was very informative and interesting for the grandparents too! The Museum- it's free entry- showcases a lot of memorabilia of our police history, some of the tragedies and crimes and the heroes. There are...More