Phoenix Police Museum
What people are saying

Great museum! Very enjoyable, police, history, free museum.  Must see/do when in downtown Phoenix.Walking distance from all the downtown hotels.

Nice attraction, this is a free attraction right in Downtown Phoenix.  It has some really interesting history in there.  You can even buy some souviners.  Could spend an hour there easy.

Hours of Operation

NOTE: THe Police Museum will be closed Tuesday Nov 11 in honor of Veteran's Day!

Hours of operation are 9AM - 3PM, Monday thru Saturday, We are closed on all holidays.

Parking is available along Jefferson Street at the meters or in the City of Phoenix parking garage located at 305 West Washinton Street. Bring your parking ticket for validation.

Miranda Exibit

In the late evening hours of March 3rd, 1963 a young Phoenix woman was kidnapped, brutally raped and robbed while walking from a bus stop. 10 days later, on March 13th, 1963, Ernesto Arturo Miranda was arrested by Phoenix Police for the assault. These events set in motion a series of court hearings which resulted in a United States Supreme Court decision that would forever identify the relationship between law enforcement and those suspected of crimes not only in the United States but in many countries around the world!

View video on YouTube.

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Gift Shop

Visit the museum for all your gift giving and collectable items pins, and see our newest designs for museum T-shirts, coffee mugs, blankets and much more. Stop by and receive your 10% member discount.

For Police Employees: we will be at the Main Headquarters 1st floor conference room with our other non profit employee groups on Friday December 5th for the annual Christmas Holiday sale! We will have new items such as chocolate badges and handcuffs, three new coffee cup designs, three new clallenge coins, and four new t shirt designs for sale as well as our popular Police badge ornament.