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Small place, but packed with great history of the St John's police including chalk full of anything police or prison related artifacts including old switchboard.
Staff are very friendly. Donations offered for admission.
We visited the museum on Canada Day weekend. We knew the location was open because the VW was on the street!
It is a small gem, with a powerful AC system (much needed during the heatwave). Lots of well laid out exhibits. It was fun...More
This was free and we just happen to stumble on it, we had a great time in here wiith officers who have retired, This is a trip down memory lane and the officers volenteer their time, they will tell you stories , Look at the...More
From the cruise ship you can easily walk uphill and within minutes you are in Prince William Street. Further down to the far end at No 56 you'll find this Museum. You'll notice a VW Beetle in front of this Museum which used to be...More
While visiting Saint Johns on a cruise, my wife and I visited the Police Museum. They had a nice display of uniforms and police equipment. The museum is one large room with there displays and photographs. The museum is manned by volunteers. We are both...More
This was a fun stop and we really enjoyed the history of the police department here in Saint John. We stopped in because of the little confession in front and learned that was all they needed in a high speed chase because no one speeds...More