Had a very interesting visit to the museum today looking into the past history of policing in Sydney. If you have an hour or so and you are down at Circular quay you may enjoy a visit to this museum. We had an enjoyable time...More
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This was such an interesting place... but a bit macabre..probably more suited to 10years plus.. not huge so can be visited within an hour.definitely dress up... so much fun!
Wow, the history in this place is amazing. If you've ever wondered who was the last person to be hung in Australia or what the old laws around were this is the place to visit. Fantastic for young and old alike
Justice and Police Museum is very interesting and is only open on weekends but definitely worth a visit. The entrance fee is Only AUD 10. This is a cool museum located near the Circular Quay in a old Police building which is now the base...More
We attended the mock trial of a bushranger at 3.30pm in the afternoon which was heaps of fun for all the family including children aged 12 and 14. Visitors get to participate and with the help of a script perform the trial in the court...More
This is a lovely little museum that we saw by chance as, although it’s only a stone’s throw from Circular Quay, it is just off the main street and can be easily missed. It concentrates on the crime and criminals of Sydney’s past, with interesting...More
My partner and I stumbled across this museum on our way to the botanical gardens. It was awesome and fascinating. We had a mini tour and the guide was extremely knowledgable and lots of fun. The photos are fabulous and the weapons room a bit...More
What are great place to spend a few hours reading about policing and crime in early Sydney. I found this museum a great change from natural history museums and the like. No maybes or buts here, this is evidence and facts and the justice system...More
It was worth visiting as we had the Sydney museum pass. Guided tours at various times plus a mock trial Only open Sat and Sun.
Our U3A group visited this facility and found it fascinating. Some of our people are going to return again to be able to read and view more of the tools/gadgets used in past times to commit crimes. This facility was still used as a Police...More