Located in the Police Headquarters in Jakarta, this museum shows the journey and history of the Indonesia National Police. The museum is packed with interesting displays and historical information for kids of all ages. You will find a collection of various weapons, police equipment on display and a collection of two-wheeled vehicles that has been used by the police throughout the years. The museum features thousands of photos and variety of historical objects all offering interactive multimedia fun!
The highlight for the kiddos is a dedicated area where they can dress up in a National Police uniform and play. Be sure to bring a camera!
Explore Jakarta's very own police museum where kids can play, dress-up, and explore.
The museum is a great introduction for kids on learn about how and why police are part of the stability of a community.
There is no admission to enter the museum, you just have to leave your bags or luggage in a locker that has been provided by the museum. Visitors have to leave their ID card or passport too.
Jln. Trunojoyo No. 3 Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Indonesia
Open from Monday to Friday, from 8am to 2:30pm.
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