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Glasgow Police Museum, Glasgow
(4.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • This site is set away in an old building and can be a bit difficult to find, access is via intercom. The museum is run and staffed mainly by retired officers from Scotland force. So when you ask a que...  more »
  • If like me you have an interest in how the scottish police force has evolved and how they have improved on how the criminal over the years has always been one step behind and you will leave with more ...  more »
  • Firstly please pay attention to the winter opening hours as we didn't and had to go back the next day! As civilians in the police back home we were very interested to see this museum. Lots of local hi...  more »
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  • Interesting to see the police review of the stone of destiny "theft" in 1950 and that the old police badges were designed from the clans who held the areas of Scotland. Well worth a visit with knowledgable and really nice staff.
  • The best way to get here is using Google maps. Once ther you will see some street signs showing you the way. It is on the second flor. The museum is small but very nice. It has all the history of the police with all uniforms, weapons and other stuff. The two gentlemen that were there were very nice.
  • Well worth a visit. Can spend an hour or two reading about the history of the Scottish police (who were formed before Peel's London police) and exploring pictures and various items. Staff were knowledgeable and very friendly.
  • What an amazing place that has an vast collection of Police memorabilia, and the volunteers there have a great knowledge of the history of Glasgow Policing, I also feel that this place is little known off, its another must when visiting Glasgow.
  • Strong smell of bacon in here.