Excellent value for money! Only $12 per person. We spent just over an hour here. A very interesting museum, lots of hands on activities to take part with and nicely laid out. Loved seeing all the crime scene evidence.
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Quite enjoyed the museum, and all that it had to offer. It was a little small, however the material was well displayed and very interesting. We got in half price by purchasing a Groupon. The third person in our group happen to be a senior...More
This used to be the coroner's court. Historical account of the Vancouver police and criminal development that has occurred during pass 100 years. The highlight is the true crime room with detailed reports and the autopsy facility. Can be morbid and definitely above 10 years...More
This is a wonderful spooky review of some rough times in Vancouver. The museum is the old morgue and much of it has been retained. The exhibits are nothing like i have seen anywhere else. A very interesting two hours. You have to walk into...More
LOVED IT. If you're a true crime fan, you won't be disappointed. The small museum is so packed with stuff that you'll likely spend a decent amount of time there. I kept going back to see things. The old morgue is amazing. The true crime...More
Through no fault of its own, this place gave me the creeps. The highlight is the former morgue and autopsy room, and there's just something about being in that room on a bright sunny day that made me feel as though all of the air...More
This museum is located next door to the major police station in downtown eastside. It is easily accessible by bus. However be aware that the immediate neighbourhood is quite an eye opener and to keep your wits about you. The museum contained a few rooms...More
I had driven by for years and finally stopped in while exploring Gastown and Chinatown. This museum is very informative and interesting . They have displays of a large selection of weapons . Not knowing anything about guns , it was good to see the...More
You will be blown away with where it all started and how things went within the police compounds and the laws of the past. I’ve seen this museum 5 times and still find different facts of the past, each time I go there.