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Located on the campus of the Royal New Zealand Police College in Porirua, the museum is in perfect context to tell the stories of New Zealand Police. Explore policing methods and significant events in New Zealand’s social and political history from a police perspective.
There is plenty to offer for the whole family including: Detective activities ready to be solved, a large collection of New Zealand Police uniforms to try on, a Police motorbike, and a range of tours and programmes for groups!
Situated outside the museum, this long-term exhibition
describes Policing Aotearoa New Zealand in the 19th century
and is installed in the original Hastings Police Station building. Find out more here
Police Commissioner Mike Bush and Minister of Police Stuart Nash at the official opening of He matapihi o nehe rā: A window into the past
The New Zealand Police Musuem is situated in Porirua near Aotea Lagoon.
|Phone||(04) 238 3141|
|Address||New Zealand Police Museum, Royal New Zealand Police College, Papakowhai Road, Porirua|
Visit the New Zealand Police Museum website to find out more about current exhibitions and events.