Reasons to Visit
- The forensic science workshops are actually taught by real forensic scientists.
- The Firearms Training and Police Driving Simulators are the “real deal,” used in police academies for training.
- The Museum strives for new and interesting content, featuring a rotating Temporary Exhibit and most recently, a new permanent exhibit on Bernie Madoff.
- Both crime and its consequences are equally represented.
- The Museum is packed with hundreds of artifacts on display.
- Interactive safety questions for children, helping parents to discuss important safety topics.
- John Walsh and America’s Most Wanted are featured in the museum.
- Crime comes in all shapes and sizes. The Museum tells the well-rounded story of crime in America.
The following policies are in effect at the Crime Museum:
- No eating, drinking, or chewing gum inside the museum. Snacks are sold in the Gift Shop and can be enjoyed in the lobby. There is no cafeteria or eatery in the facility.
- Cell phones may be carried in the museum, but must be kept on silent mode.
- Cameras may be carried in the museum, but flash photography is prohibited. We regret that flash photography can interefere with the infrared technology used within the museum.
- No pets are allowed. However, trained service animals are permitted to accompany visitors with disabilities.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult while inside the museum.