Police Museum

Police Museum

Do you know the strange rituals of Hong Kong’s earliest triad secret societies? Have you wondered what an underground heroin laboratory looks like? Interested in knowing what type of motorcycles were used by Hong Kong Police in the 1960s? Hong Kong Police Force has seen a lot since it was established in 1844. And it’s all shared in the Police Museum. From the head of a tiger that killed an officer in Sheung Shui to the weapons confiscated from modern-day gangsters, the museum showcases the history of the Hong Kong Police and the crimes they’ve tackled since the 19th century.

Info
Address:
27 Coombe Road, The Peak, Hong Kong Island
Tel:
+852 2849 7019
Website:
www.police.gov.hk
How to get there
Bus 15 (from Exchange Square to The Peak). Get off at the stop between Stubbs Road and Peak Road.
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