Law enforcement history awaits you at
the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum
Located in the historic Pioneer Square district in Downtown Seattle, the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum brings the history of policing in the Pacific Northwest to life. The Museum is the official repository for the historical artifacts of the Seattle Police Department and the King County Sheriff’s Office dating back to the 1880’s.
Historic photographs, documents, weaponry, uniforms, and a variety of other artifacts are on public display, as well as information on some of the regions’ most notorious crime cases. The museum also has vintage interactive displays, including a 9-1-1 dispatcher console and historic jail cell.
The Police Museum’s gift shop has a variety of police related items for sale including books for children and adults, pins, mugs, t-shirts and a variety of other items that may change throughout the year. Credit cards accepted.