Honolulu's Police Department Museum26 Votes
- Address: 801 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-8085293111
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Museums
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.
Honolulu's Police Department Museum Travel Tips
- Recommended time of arrival: 9.00 am - 2.00 pm
Entrance Ticket Details For Honolulu's Police Department Museum
- Admission is free.
Honolulu's Police Department Museum Hours
- 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.
How to Reach Honolulu's Police Department Museum
- By Bus: S Beretania St + Alapai St
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab.
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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0.44% 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
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Honolulu's Police Department Museum
Honolulu's Police Department Museum Reviews & Ratings
Debbie K. Many thank you to all the men and women Honolulu Police Department for watching over and protecting us. We can feel safe day or night knowing your all over the Island looking out for our safety twenty four hours everyday. I always feel safe and know you will be there for me if I should need you. Please know your all much appreciated. Thank you...
This morning I called at exactly 5:40am on October 7th, 2019 for a non emergency and the very first person I spoke to before I got transfered to police which was a female was so rude and impatient with me. Although it wasn't an emergency at the moment no 911 dispatcher should ever be rude or impatient no matter what the case may be. Had I actually had an emergency and she gave me the same attitude. How am I suppose to get the safety and protection I need if we have 911 dispatchers like this? I don't want her fired but I do hope she gets the proper training she needs because that was just horrible to even think this is who I'm calling if I'm ever in trouble or in an emergency.
I love these guys they treat the locals very well and they are very respectful and fair if you treat them rite they will treat you rite thank you HPD .. you boys and girls stay safe and again thank you for protecting us here on the island and keeping the vibes good and treating the people fair mahalo bra
I just had to give one star because I have literally encountered the same officer twice in the past 2 days wanting to enforce closing hours as i constantly watch every day groups of drunk aussies and couples walk the beaches after hours without being bothered at all and loud tourists hanging out in the park well after hours with no issue. It feels somewhat discriminatory im literally filming a couple watching the waves at approximatley 215 am right now after just being told the beach is closed so i must leave yet here this couple is watching waves undisturbed by anyone lol. I guess the law only applies to "certain" people round these parts rflmao. Luckily the officer was sort of hot so i didnt mind to much but still thats not the point. OMG what brave heroic police just forced a 7 year old a mother and father onto the streets who were minding their own bussiness. Out of sight out of mind though right? Right into the rainstorm as well smh. If you dont see that poor suffering family it means they dont exist and that the statistics went down right? What BS. They are not police they just attack the powerless amd walk around like they are doing some type of good for the community lol what a joke.
Unprofessional & condescending; lied about the law. Refused to do report until I wouldn't let it go. I absolutely needed a record of the incident, which he then laughed at my predicament, thinking it was not "worthy of anything". Yay, I feel sooooo protected by these people.