Queensland Police Museum, Brisbane

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Queensland Police Museum aspires to be an accessible and valued museum of national standing that collects and explores Queensland’s policing history. It actively documents, collects, and preserves the rich depth of history that describes policing in this state since 1859. Through our collections and exhibitions, the museum enhances the public image of the Queensland Police Service and fosters pride in its achievements in the wider community. The story told here also describes today’s innovative, progressive and responsive Queensland Police Service. Resources, exhibitions, and public programs investigate and compare issues faced by police officers of times past and of today. Note that in addition to the regular Monday-Thursday schedule, the museum is also open the last Sunday of every month. By using our Brisbane holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Queensland Police Museum and other attractions in Brisbane.
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  • The Queensland Police Museum is a smaller museum but worth a stop. Nice artifacts and exhibits with good information about policing in Queensland. Really there’s not much else to say, cops and their h...  read more »
  • Roma street station right in front of the Roma street police station on the ground floor. Mon-Thu 9:00 am-4:30 pm. Inside Queensland police and related history, investigative tools, you can view the exhibits, such as a vehicle. Scale is small enough, you can explore the 30 minutes. Brisbane must come to the place, but if you have time take a look at the lightly visited. There is no admission fee.
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  • Take time to visit this museum as it is thoughtfully laid out and most Australians will know of some of the more significant cases that are highlighted. Well done to the Qld Police. 
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