Polismuseet, Stockholm

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#33 of 65 in Museums in Stockholm
Established by the Police Commissioner in 1908 the museum was originally modelled on the Black Museum at Scotland Yard. Today the museum collects and exhibits New Zealand Police cultural property and criminal case evidence. The museum provides education programmes to all ages, using examples of policing excellence and telling the stories of some of the countries most famous

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  • The admission price (60 sek) is worth the experience at this museum. At the entrance you can leave free lockers. The ground floor is very interesting and there are several points where there are signs with English explanations while upstairs they become very rare and you have to go to intuition to figure out what they want to represent clips and structures. A word of advice: focus less on children and more on adults (especially for the topics covered upstairs) since, the Museum currently is a bit unbalanced. I don't bother bringing ever one child 5 years to see things not seen the occupations centric would understand.
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  • The visit was not worth the money we paid. Sorry, not so much to see. There is playground for smaller children.
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  • A little disappointed by the visit. I felt ihophafsat. A lot of text and a little more fun would be to see. to learn about the development of the police profession and not mostly about a few high-profile events.
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  • The highlight is the large play area for children. They can dress up as police, and play on a real police car and motorcyle. 20 sek for pedal car rental to use on outdoor track. Nice playground as well.
  • Did not like it. The museum is full of text and very little things to do if you not the type to sit and read endless amounts of text. Also don't even bother if you don't speak Swedish because 95% of this whole museum is in Swedish, including all audio and video.
  • I really liked it, good information, a lot what I didn't know! Worth seeing.
  • Four stars based on bringing kids there. They really loved the play area. It's a quite small museum but a nice display of the Swedish police force history.
  • Nice museum, interesting also for children.

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