Crime Museum of the Zurich Cantonal Police
Opened in 1901, the crime museum of the Zurich Cantonal Police was the first of its kind in Switzerland. It was created in order to train up-and-coming police officers.
These days, the museum is open to the public for groups. Covering an area of 700 sq.m (7,500 sq.ft.), it looks at the impressive history of the Swiss judicial system and the Zurich Cantonal Police. Authentic criminal cases and fascinating police investigative work are illustrated by means of photographs and numerous exhibits.
The crime museum can only be visited in groups of 10 – 20 participants and accompanied by a museum guide. The minimum age is 18 years.
- Tuesday & Thursday, 10 – 12 am via tel. +41 44 247 22 11
Guided tours take place on the following days:
- Monday – Thursday, 5.30 – 7 pm
- Friday, 5.30pm
- Some Saturdays, 10 am – 2 pm
Open on These Days
|Zürich Main Station||682 m||8 min|
|Zürich Airport||8.9 km||20 min|