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We spotted this museum across the street from the Model Railroad. We headed inside to a very friendly welcome from the owners (one of whom comes from my neck of the woods in the UK - small world). They told us we could sit on or in anything, take photos anywhere and to enjoy ourselves - so we did. Was... 更多
Having been to several Police Museums in the US, this is by far the best, a lot of fun, lots of photo opps, vehicles, including a helicopter, so much better than the rip offs at Balboa Park.
From Hardesty to Gore, it's 166 years of history, equipment, photos. You can have your picture taken locked up in jail, sitting on a motorcycle or patrol car, or in a helicopter. All docents have prior law enforcement experience and they enjoy telling you what they know. This is a great place for kids and parents to learn about police... 更多
A great way to spend an hour. Volunteers were friendly and helpful, allowed us to take the cheesy tourist pictures in the jail cell. Ultimately this is a wonderful and reflective tribute to the men and women who put their lives on the line for our safety and well being.
This is a very interesting museum that shows the history of the California Sheriff's department. I learned a lot by talking to the people that work there and they were more than willing to answer all my questions. Nicely set up so that you can actually put on a bullet proof vest and experience the weight of this and the... 更多
We tried to visit this museum a couple of times but found it closed, luckily we went back on our last day and it was open. Worth noting they do not open on Mondays and Tuesdays. I have to say this place is well worth a visit, its a free museum though you can leave donations if you want to.... 更多
A great effort by the team which made the museum - a little antiquated in the displays - but good. Even a lift to the second floor. Jails, old cars, a helicopter, radios, a history of all the sherrifs - very good
It's one of the two limited interest items in Old town (the other one being the one room “museum” of Wells Fargo). I liked best the story of the first sheriff: he came from Hungary, became rich in making wine (like, Hungary, is known for its wines!), gave up Sheriffing and went to Amazon, where he got eaten by a... 更多
Although this was a free museum, with a suggested donation, it was well worth it. It follows the way the sheriffs were during years, with added features, K9, bomb disposal, cells, batons, handcuffs. There is also a display of some of the police cars used.