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The Police Museum, Stockholm
(2.9/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • 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 tra...  more »
  • We visited the Museum with our 2 children 2 & 5 years. It was ok and they would hear a police officer who told of his job. The guy was a Police Cadet and not a thing they were professional and my little daughter would stand and building duplo when he talked, but she had to go out. Then the guy continued talking and when the children wanted to tell him he interrupted and said it may be late. Maybe if so better with an actor who's talking about the profession than a dit forced aspirant who get children and parents to leave the room ...
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  • Very interesting. Very nice staff and great activities for kids. Bring your own food and drinks because they only have a vendingmachine. 
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  • Short summary; a little bit of a disappointment. This is a more of an exhibition than a real museum, rather small. It tries to cater to both children and adults, and thatś where I feel that it lets both groups down and comes out as an odd compromise. When we visited there where only children with parents visiting, no single adults or adult groups. We walked through the exhibition in about 25 minutes, a 2.5 year old and I. There are two old police cars and two new, and a police motorcycle. There is alot of pictures accompanied with headphones with info, a concept that feels dated and unsocial and definitely not for kids. At the exit there is a play corner with LEGO, so we could stay another hour. But frankly, we got better LEGO at home. The best age to visit this place is probably around 4-5 years old. But even then do you really want to visit the serial rapist booth? Personnel where friendly but a tad bit uncommitted. There where tons of old police uniforms on display, why not wear one and contribute to the show and atmosphere a litte bit?
  • So almost everything in the museum is in Swedish you will not find information in English and it is really little. Less than an hour to visit it. It is only for kids there but it can be really fun for them. Visited May 2015
  • A bit basic in terms of the information and exhibits, but an excellent grounding for kids and beginners.
  • Great, you can put your parents in prison. Se how the Swedish polis is working.
  • Not so much to see but nice playing area for children.