Victoria Police museum

the World Trade Centre, Lower Concourse
637 Flinders Street,

General description

The Victoria Police Museum is home to a darker side of Victorian history. With tales of colourful criminals and the gallant work of police in risky situations, the museum offers a unique view into the execution of Victorian crimes and the aftermath of disasters.

The museum collection reflects Victoria Police's role in almost every major incident in Victoria. See the armour of Kelly Gang members, Dan Kelly and Steve Hart, who were captured by police in 1880 during the infamous Glenrowan siege and learn about why 1870s Detective John Christie was known as Victoria Police’s Sherlock Holmes. Also, do not miss the never-before-seen exhibition of cold case crime scene photographs.

See over 150 years of stories and displays of crime, justice, courage, forensic techniques and examples of how police are making Victoria a safer place to live.

Other information

Type(s): Activities, Museum

This is an indoor location. The average cost for an adult is 0 Australian Dollar, and for a child is 0 Australian Dollar.


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