A tour is by appointment only and the founder of the museum Jim Riitter (serving Seattle Police Officer) gave us a guided tour and a complete history which was excellent. if you have an interest in this subject it is a definite must do in...更多
This is a great overview of law enforcement in Seattle from the rowdy gold rush days to present. The displays are comprehensive and well organized. The gentleman at the desk was quick to answer questions. If it relates to police work in the Seattle area,...更多
Located in Pioneer Square, we enjoyed this museum. Exhibits are easy to see. Photos are allowed. The lady working there was informative and friendly. This museum has a little bit of everything, includes the wild west past of the city. Note, that the neighborhood is...更多
I had read about this museum online and it seemed like a nice place to check out and it would not be too expensive or take up too much time. One review say about 30 minutes or more is ok. I arrived here at 3:30pm...更多
Filled with interesting facts and displays regarding local history. Nearby the Amtrak King Street Station.
They also offer a limited assortment of merchandise to purchase; as a reminder of your visit or a gift for others to let them know where you have been and...更多
Great little museum to fill in 30 - 60 minutes if you are in the Pioneer Square neighbourhood. Particularly relevant to members of the "police family", both internationally or national.
Contains a collection of police badges from across the USA and Europe. Equipment, uniforms and...更多