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Michelle L.
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Report | 8 days ago
Download the app before hand. Had a great time, but don't really see it being very interesting for kids.
Daniel C.
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Report | 8 days ago
Download the Vancouver police museum app on your smart phone and bring your headset for a really good serve guided tour.. Wifi is free..
Matthew L.
Verified
Report | 8 days ago
The door is hard to open. Please try to pull harder.
Anita
Verified
Report | 8 days ago
I would not recomend it for young children, it is more for teens and older.
Cindy P.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
We found it all very interesting! Unfortunately the autopsy room was not available during our visit, so we will have to go back when it is reopened. For a small museum, there is an incredible amount of history, information and memorabilia... extremely well presented.
Brenda T.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
The museum not located in a nice area, but the museum was interesting to visit.
Haroldo O.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Its a very interesting 2-hour visit.
Stephen B.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Great displays!
Paul F.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Avoid school groups - small space.
Tiffany G.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Yes, my 16 year old son and I LOVED it. I would go again.
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240 East Cordova Street used to be the address where Vancouver?s police officers, morticians, judges, and dead converged. The building, which was built in 1932, served as the city?s coroner?s court and morgue until the 1980s and the city analyst?s lab until 1995. Countless toxicology tests and several high-profile investigations have taken place between the building?s walls, including the Castellani Milkshake Murder and Errol Flynn?s autopsy. Fittingly, given the building?s significance to Vancouver's criminal-justice history, it is now home to the Vancouver Police Museum.

To date, the museum staff has curated a selection of approximately 20,000 historical artifacts, including confiscated weapons, counterfeit currency, photographs, paperwork, and vintage police vehicles. Currently, 40 per cent of the collection is on display in the museum?s several exhibits, one of which allows visitors to explore a coroner?s forensic lab. The museum also offers educational programs such as walking tours and a two-hour forensic-science program. During this program, guests scour a faux crime scene for clues and try to prevent the brash, young rookie cop from running off into the night to find the perpetrator.

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