Police Museum

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  1. 警察博物館
    警察博物館
  2. 警察博物館
    警察博物館
  3. 警察博物館
    警察博物館
  4. 警察博物館
    警察博物館
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Time Out says

Echoing the long arm of the law, the Police Museum stretches across six floors, informing visitors about the history and the work of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department. Kids will find this an adventurous place to visit as they get to change into (mini) police uniforms upon arrival and pose beside a real patrol car, sit on an authentic Honda police motorcycle with flashing lights, or in the cockpit of a Harukaze helicopter.

On the second and third floors, kids can learn about traffic safety in a cycling simulator and tips on crime prevention through a diorama. Through the many interactive exhibits, children and parents alike are able to understand a police officer’s work, particularly by taking a look inside the replica of a small neighbourhood police station. Most of the exhibits have English captions, and audio guides in a number of languages (English, Korean, Mandarin) are available as well.

Details

Address:
3-5-1 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Transport:
Kyobashi Station (Ginza line)
Price:
Free entry
Opening hours:
9.30am-4pm (last entry 3.30pm), closed Mon (Tue if Mon is hols)
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