Ontario Provincial Police Museum

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  • Monday to Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm
  • Free
  • Accessible
  • Gift Shop
  • Parking
  • Change Tables/Family Room
  • Public Transportation

Fascinating and fun for young and old alike, The OPP Museum is located in the impressive Ontario Provincial Police General Headquarters building. Showcasing more than 100 years of proud policing tradition, the museum has interactive and varied displays about the history of law enforcement in Ontario.  Check out the kidzone and put on a puppet show, try on a uniform for size or catch the criminal in our interactive forensic activity.  In addition to a regularly updated main gallery display space featuring stories, artifacts and photos, you will also find a collection of vintage vehicles including Car 1, a 1941 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Coupe representing the OPP's first black and white cruisers; a 1949 22-foot Shepherd mahogany Runabout Deluxe Sedan boat, the first to ply Ontario waters for the OPP and named for her patrol zone, Lake Temagami; a 1977 Harley Davidson, and the OPP's oldest known surviving vehicle - a rare and fully restored 1931 Henderson KL motorcycle.  With free parking, a cafeteria and store on-site, you have everything you need for a great self-guided visit.  Come for an hour - or spend an afternoon!  There's lots to see and do.  

Website: www.opp.ca/museum

Type: Specialized Collection