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Recommended between 9: 00-10: 30) - Make your way to the Shanghai Public Security Museum, which features displays telling the story of the city's policemen and firemen. If your kids like to play "cops and thieves," this is the perfect museum for them. The museum...More
This museum has exhibits documenting the police services in Shanghai before the founding of people's republic. The exhibits are housed in different halls such as for Fire Control, Police Equipment, Badges & Emblems, Road Traffic Control, Prison, Criminal Investigation and Police Martyrs. There is no...More
If you have already been to all the big name museums in Shanghai you will find that many of the smaller ones are closed on Mondays, but not the Public Security Museum. Located in what appears to be an actual police building, the museum says...More
Have not been here for a few years, so decided to visit the museum again. Admission is still free - you just need to approach the guard at the entrance and he will pass you a ticket.
The exhibits are from floors 2 to 4,...More
A little out of the way but a knockout for those with an interest in this sort of stuff. Covers from the 'concession' days to current era. Can be a little bit gruesome in a couple of parts for the squeamish.
Visited this museum during a grey rainy day in Shanghai, was pleasantly surprised the foyer has some cool vehicles used by Shanghai,s police force over the years. the museum holds an impressive weapon room including a gold broom handled Mauser. The mock up padded cell...More
I took my two children (2 and 5) here today and we all enjoyed this museum. The guard who gave us tickets did not even bother to charge us the admission (only 8rmb to begin with) which makes it even better! It is beautifully curated...More