American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, Titusville

Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
The American Police Hall of Fame & Museum is located at 6350 Horizon Drive just south of Titusville, Florida, adjacent to the Astronaut Hall of Fame. It houses law enforcement exhibits, a memorial and a Hall of Fame. It is the nation's first national police museum and a memorial dedicated to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
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  • I visited with a friend of mine who lives in Florida and we are both retired peace officers from Canada. The various displays at the museum show a fascinating history of police work in America and dep...  read more »
  • In an area dominated by the space program, this museum has interesting displays of the tools and equipment used by police along with some of the infamous criminals throughout US history. There are tou...  read more »
  • Enjoyed self-tour of this facility. Interesting displays including the 911 memorial! Seeing the names & pictures of officers who have been killed in line of duty was overwhelming. Makes me appreciate ...  read more »
  • My family and I had a wonderful time at the museum and gun range. The museum is beautiful, spent hours and could have spent more. The staff at the gun range was unbelievable. Everyone was so sweet and patient. I would especially like to mention Paula. She took the time to understand what we were looking for and gave us great recommendations on the perfect gun. Joe (and a sweet gentleman whose name I cannot remember) were wonderful while on the range. They showed us how each gun worked and everything we needed to know to shoot safely (and to have fun!) We will absolutely be coming back!
  • This place was amazing and the staff were really helpful! I learned that they are much more than a fantastic museum. They also have nationwide programs for families of fallen police officers, families of injured and disabled officers, and active duty police. This is a wonderful organization to support.
  • A large collection of police artifacts, both past and present. We found it very interesting. We were not hurried and spent most of the day there. Allow yourself plenty of time to completely absorb all the wonderful displays.
  • A little on the small side, but still really interesting exhibits and very informational. What I didn't like, was the person working the admissions counter. Before going I checked to see if they had a military discount, which they did, also I noticed they had a $3 off coupon that you could download which I did. At the door, the guy didn't want to give my boyfriend his military discount and when I showed him the coupon he said it wouldn't work unless printed... uh hello, do most people carry their printers with on vacation? And desides that, the coupon was labeled as an "e-coupon" and to just show it at the door... I was rather annoyed he acted so rude and so inconvenienced. If youre going to offer discounts on your webpage, make your employees aware of them.
  • Great to see the history of Law Enforcement
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