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New York City Police Museum

Map & Directions 100 Old Slip
New York, NY 10005
  • Mon-Sat 10am-5pm


Village Voice's Description

Located near the South Street Seaport, the Police Museum follows the NYPD through its 158-year history. Itas fun and wonat take too long, unless you linger at the September 11th exhibit. The museum is the old First Precinct building. Sadly, there are no visits from Dennis Franz or Jimmy Smits.

Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm.

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  • Ariel C. on 08/17/11

    This museum is a monument to the New York City Police Department, providing information and exhibits on the history of NYCs Finest.

  • Wilfredo C. on 02/16/11

    If you are a police buff then you should come here.I am the mayor of this spot so i recommend this museum

  • widevision d. on 08/03/12

    Very Nice ... :)

  • KidsClubThirteen on 06/21/12

    Kids Club members get 50% off adult, senior, student and child (ages 2-18) admission prices. The first child for families with multiple children is free; 10% discount in the Gift Shop!

  • Designed by architects Hunt & Hunt, the First Precinct Police Station is reportedly the first modern police building built in NYC. Built in 1909, the station was designated a NYC Landmark in 1977.

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