While we’ve kept our collections safe during our closure for public safety, we’ve missed being able to share the stories and artifacts on display with visitors from across the country. In fact, we’ve taken this temporary closure as an opportunity to reflect on our offerings and to craft new and improved experiences for you.
When we reopen on August 27, 2021, you’ll find a few new offerings:
We want you to have the best experience possible when visiting the National Law Enforcement Museum. Whether we’re welcoming you back, or welcoming you for the first time, we look forward to seeing you soon.
The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building is located in Judiciary Square – 444 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 — just blocks from the National Mall and numerous DC landmarks.
There is easy access to Judiciary Square Metro, parking, lodging, and many dining options nearby.
Unless otherwise noted, the Museum is open to the public:
Friday – Sunday, 10 AM – 6 PM (last entry at 5 pm).
Private group tours are available Tuesday – Thursday.
The Museum is closed on Mondays.
Individual admission prices are as follows:
Come enjoy snacks and cold drinks or food you brought from home in our relaxed, self-serve café located on the Museum’s mezzanine level.
The Museum is committed to providing resources and assistance to ensure all visitors have an enjoyable and comfortable experience. Our facility is fully wheelchair accessible including all exhibits, the Visitor Services desk, Museum Store, and Café. Service animals are welcome in the Museum. Please visit the Ticketing and Information Desk with access questions or requests for resources. For questions prior to your visit, please contact Visitor Services at 202.737.7862 or email Info@lawenforcementmuseum.org for more information.