Alaska is far out. I mean, literally. It’s isolated, remote, colder than it should be allowed, vast and wild. The people in such a place tend to take on a bit of the character of the place, and it falls to the Fraternal Order of the Alaska State Troopers (FOAST) to keep it all in order. To emphasise this responsibility, and to honour it, they built this museum. Starting from 1952 Hudson Hornet, they have items of every possible conceivable police interest–handcuffs, antique radios, leg irons, early wire tapping equipment, old photographs and documents, and vestments. At the museum gift shop, you’ll find some excellent memorabilia unique to the Alaskan peacekeepers. It’s small and delightful. Do donate of upkeep.
Entrance Ticket Details For Alaska Law Enforcement Museum
- Free entry
How to Reach Alaska Law Enforcement Museum
- Buses 14 and 45 on C Street & 5th Avenue NNW
- Buses 2, 8, 13, 75, 102 on 5th Avenue & B Street WNW
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- Brown Bag Sandwich Co.
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17.63% of people who visit Anchorage include Alaska Law Enforcement Museum in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
75% of people start their Alaska Law Enforcement Museum visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Alaska Law Enforcement Museum
75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Alaska Law Enforcement Museum