The Police Museum welcomes all visitors, and tries to meet all visitors’ needs. Book a guided tour, take part in educational activities or experience the museum at your own pace.
Museivägen 7, in the Gärdet district beside Tekniska Museet. Bus route 69 stops directly opposite the entrance to the Police Museum. The entrance hall, lift and toilets are adapted to provide access for disabled people.
Opening hours and programme
Tuesday – Friday 12 noon–5 p.m. Saturday – Sunday 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday – closed
In summer from June 15 to August 9 2015 the Police museum is also open on Mondays 12 noon-5 p.m.
Booked guided tours and school visits are also possible on weekday mornings.
Telephone bookings: 010-56 38 001 Tuesday-Friday 12 noon-3 p.m.
Adults: SEK 60 Children and young people up to 19 years: free OAPs and students: SEK 40 Police employees with valid identification: free
Parking is available at the museum. There are spaces reserved for the disabled.
Coming to the Police Museum by public transport?
Take the underground, Pendeltåg suburban train or bus to T-centralen. Take bus route 69, destination Blockhusudden, and get off at the stop called Museiparken.
Most of the content of the museum is presented in Swedish. There are introductions to every exhibition in English.