Justice and Police Museum

Discover the dark history of Sydney's real life cops and robbers.
Tamsin Salfrais
Published on January 30, 2016


The Justice and Police Museum is part of Sydney Living Museums, a collection 12 unique historic houses and museums telling the story of the city. This museum will capture your imagination as it takes you through the city's history of crime, punishment and policing. Explore the chilling 1890s holding cells of this heritage-listed courthouse, once graced by some of the areas most infamous criminals, then cast your eye over genuine weapons used over the years. The museum is also home to the remarkable New South Wales Police Forensic Photography Archive, which is made up of around 130,000 negatives, taken between 1910 and 1964.

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