American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, Titusville

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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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  • Visited with the hubby. We have been to Florida 5 times now and always visit here. Beautiful memorial chapel to fallen heroes.  more »
  • Is a good place to visit with family, There are some interesting facts about famous criminals. my boy just love it.  more »
  • Went here with my family because, my daughter's boyfriend wants to be a policeman. We found the museum very interesting and even found people we knew on the memorial wall, but what we really enjoyed w...  more »
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  • Great dedication to those that serve in law enforcement. 3rd week of every year is Police Memorial weekend and a ceremony is held on site for all officers fallen in the line of duty. Truly a great respect for those serving and those at the end of their watch.
  • This place was so neat to see, thousands of patches from all over the U.S., tribute police cars, old police cars, movie cars, mobster displays, jail displays, crime scene section, both current and historical law enforcement equipment, a memorial wall for all officers killed in the line of duty, a kids puppet and dress up section, a kids movie theater and so much more. The attraction is just up the road from Kennedy Space Center aside from that there is not many other things near there, but it is not to far from Cape Canaveral or cocoa beach and other food or attractions. I had my younger kids with me and they enjoyed it. We took about 2-3 hours to see the exhibits, you could probably take more time or less if needed depending on how into it you want to get. It was not busy at all when we went on a Saturday afternoon. The cost varies but for law enforcement or survivors it is $2, adults were $13 kids were $4 to $8 depending on age.
  • Great place to visit and pay respects to officers. Plenty of interactive exhibits for the family and tickets are pretty cheap.
  • If you are going to show off police cars, then present them accurately. The Bricklin is a "clown" car. Yes, there were a few police bricklins used, but nothing like that one.
  • Somewhat disappointing. Although the displays are great, it was a little out dated. Everything was from 10+ years ago. One employee was walking around without a shirt on and eventually checked us out at the gift shop wearing a white "wife beater". Gift shop wasn't much either. Lots of past event shirts and a lot of the souvenirs were cheap generic stuff you may find in a flea market.