The Police Museum open again from 8 February ‒ welcome to visit us!
The Police Museum’s doors will be opened again for visitors after the corona closure on Tuesday, 8 February 2022. The Museum is open from Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m.–3 p.m. and on Saturdays 12 noon–5 p.m.
– As the coronavirus situation still continues in Finland, we strongly recommend that all museum visitors of the age of 12 and above will use a face mask or a visor at our premises. Please keep a safety distance to others, ensure good hand hygiene, and visit us only when you are not sick, reminds Museum Director, Chief Intendant Tiina Tuulasvaara-Kaleva.
Due to the coronavirus situation, we unfortunately can't currently arrange any guided group tours.
Experiences for the whole family
There are currently two exhibitions at the museum. The temporary exhibition “The coloured truth – Art crime in Finland” presents the key incidents of art crime committed in Finland and the related police investigations. The permanent exhibition “The Police is Here!” provides information on the changes in maintaining public order and police work over the centuries.
– The museum offers plenty to see and experience for the whole family. You can sit in a police van and try your hand at crime investigation. We have a separate section for children, police station Pokela. Entry into the museum is free.