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Police Museum

The exhibition devoted to the activity and development of the security and police forces in the territory of the Czech Republic is installed at the premises of a renewed Augustinian Monastery founded by Emperor Charles IV. Permanent exhibition: history, formation, development and function of the police forces in the Czech Republic, criminology and criminal cases, an exhibition of weapons.

Police Museum

Location: Ke Karlovu 1, New Town; website
Open: daily except Monday 10–17
Getting there: Metro C – station I. P. Pavlova, Tram 6, 10, 16, 22, 23 – stop I. P. Pavlova
Admission: 30 CZK; admission free with Prague Card

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