Justice & Police Museum, Sydney - Sydney, NSW

Justice & Police Museum, Sydney

Originally the Water Police Court (1856), Water Police Station (1858) and Police Court (1886), the Justice and Police Museum features a Magistrate’s Court; a Police charge room, a remand cell; a gallery of mug shots of Sydney’s early criminals; and an array of spine chilling weapons; forensic evidence from notorious crimes; displays exploring police history, bushrangers and punishment in society. The museum presents a lively program of changing exhibitions, special events and educational activities which explore the significance of the site and policing, punishment, social history and popular culture in New South Wales.

Open: Weekends 10am – 5pm, daily in January

Address: Corner Phillip and Albert Streets, Circular Quay NSW 2000

Location

Corner Phillip & Albert Streets
Sydney, NSW, 2000