The museum is closed for redevelopment and will reopen in late 2022 at our new home at 313 Spencer Street.
From Australia's largest collection of Kelly Gang armour to forensic evidence from Melbourne’s most notorious crimes, the Victoria Police Museum presents visitors with unique insights and surprises.
The early 20th century was a time of experimentation for crime photographers. Although offenders were the original subjects of crime photography, police photographers soon began to document crime scenes as well as perpetrators.
The Victoria Police Museum is one of hundreds of groups and organisations contributing to the Victorian Collections online archive enriching our cultural heritage
The Victoria Police Museum is the perfect venue for groups looking for an interesting day out
The Museum is a fascinating destination for primary and secondary students, and runs various education programs for school groups
The Victoria Police Museum is closed for redevelopment and will re-open in late 2022.
A podcast from Victoria Police that tells the story of one of the deadliest attacks ever on police in Victoria, and one of the most infamous chapters in Australian history.
February is the 10th anniversary of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires. Our new exhibition 'Things of Fire and Ash, Remembered', pays tribute to the personal journeys and reflections of community members and police officers.
Photography by Lilli Waters.
Closing 31st January 2020
Reviewed 04 April 2022