Interesting museum both for kids and adults. Has some pure history info, but also important events and tries to talk a lot about perception on police force and how it's necessary. Child friendly.
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It appears I am the first one to write about The Police Museum. That’s quite a surprise, considering how many families with kids visit Stockholm, and this museum – just like the neighbouring Army Museum and Technical Museum – is mostly targeting school kids. You...More
We spent a couple of hours at Polismuseet. It's very much oriented on a Swedish audience. Still good fun for young ages. Some parts are translated in English for older kids. Our kids enjoyed playing around the police car, motor bike and wearing uniforms. Good...More
Went to the museum featuring two 7 year old boys. There was no cafeteria or restaurant in the place just a vendingmachine. There was only one police car for the kids to "drive" so they were very disappointed that they had to stand in line...More
Interesting exhibiotions about the history of the Swedish police and moderm equipment, as well as about current challenges and how people feel about police forces. Unfortunately, not everything is translated to English. It's not a propaganda museum, they have the courage to say that yes,...More
Very interesting. Very nice staff and great activities for kids. Bring your own food and drinks because they only have a vendingmachine.
Visited as I have been a policeman for 29 years and it is always interesting to see how it works in other countries. This is a small museum and has a play room for children, which unfortunately had things that were too small for me...More
This has a great set of exhibits, there are various set ups of police dispatchers, uniforms and equipment from different times. There's a crime scene set up that allows you to observe the clues and what they deduced from the scene. Not everything is in...More
They try their best but historical police cars and crime scenes are just not what intrests small children, it's more running around. The muséum has no resturant for when the blood sugars hit Low, only a dining area and a vending maskinen that only accept...More
This is a rather small museum, but they pack quite a bit of info into such a small space. The museum is two floors, with the first floor showing a history of the police force in Sweden. The second floor had an interactive crime scene...More