See the evolution of Honolulu’s Police Department over the last 100 years. Did you know that the Honolulu's Police Department was the only Police Department established by Royalty?
The memorabilia kept at the museum is quiet cool with a wide collection of badges, tools, photographs, uniforms, vehicles and awards. The place also explains the traditions, practices and historic stories and facts about the police department.
- The Harley Davidsons kept here.
- Recommended time of arrival: 9.00 am - 2.00 pm
- Admission is free.
- Guided tours are available Monday through Friday, except state holidays: from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
- The minimum group size for a guided tour is seven, the maximum group size is 25.
- Please submit request for guided tours for groups larger than seven.
- Walk in's to the museum are welcome anytime during open hours.
- By Bus: S Beretania St + Alapai St
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab.
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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0.47% of people who visit Honolulu include Honolulu's Police Department Museum in their plan
95% of people start their Honolulu's Police Department Museum visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Honolulu's Police Department Museum
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Gun registration was quick but annoying. The guys were rude but I was in and out quick.
The HPD Museum is a must-see! Interesting, surprising and some tragic exhibits are on view. Officer Fatu, who gave us a tour, is a history resource and a funny guy. Mahalo again for the tour, your warm welcome and the short language class in Hawaiian. Keep going on with your good work.
The police museum here is amazing - supurb historical items and a very knowledgeable curator. Thank you to the PD for an excellent experience!
They demand respect for keeping you safe but don’t respect the ones that keep them safe. HPD really needs to learn to treat their military better. Especial officer Spiker
Police officers on motorcycles VIOLATE the law every day in speeds excess of 70mph in a 45 zone on H1 when reporting to duty, they also violate the lane sharing law in Hawaii with no punishment. One officer in Waikiki torn up my girlfriends citation and asked for her phone number, a criminal offense that warrants jail time...