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The Police Museum is open to all, free of charge. The museum presents the history and activities of the Finnish police from the Middle Ages to today. The museum is located on the premises of the Police University College in Tampere.

A view of the Museum’s exhibition. The picture shows a showcase, a photograph of city traffic and a police car. Photo The Police Museum, Pia Penttilä

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Did you know?

The Finnish police have two museums: the Police Museum and the Crime Museum.

The Police Museum in Tampere is a museum for the whole family, open for all.

The Crime Museum in Vantaa is not open for the general public. The Crime Museum operates on the premises of the National Bureau of Investigation, but it is part of the Police Museum. Some objects from the Crime Museum are displayed for the general public in Police Museum exhibitions.

Only groups consisting of police stakeholders may visit the Crime Museum. Further information is available on the National Bureau of Investigation website.

Further information about the Crime Museum on the website of the National Bureau of Investigation