After the security check, you can exchange your ID card for tickets directly. There are not many people going on Saturdays. They are quiet. There are four stories in all. There are security personnel on each floor, and there are collections from the late Qing Dynasty to the present. This free museum is worth visiting!
Many times when I came to Beijing, I neglected this place. This time I was not on the journey. But Dongjiao Min Lane was too quiet and tasty. The trees beside the road were stained with autumn yellow. All the way, before the museum closed, I went to see it. My daughter watched the photo exhibition and my husband watched the guns. I was interested in the old things. That fire hydrant is called Yanxi. It's a good copy in the strategy.
Located in a four-storey building in Dongjiao Min Lane, Citibank used to enter the exhibition hall with ID card free ticket, though not very big, but the content is very rich. On the first floor, police history is introduced. On the second floor, criminal investigation is introduced. On the third floor, different police types and four-storey police weapons are displayed. Personally, I think that the museum has the most gold content. Boys with all kinds of pistols and rifles prefer it.
Particularly suitable for police enthusiasts and small pot friends to visit and learn! Tickets are free, ID card can be verified, the surrounding parking is not good, the front door is the Supreme Court. Four floors were rebuilt with old elevators. Open your eyes. Ha-ha
Beijing Police Museum is located on Justice Road. It is convenient to take a bus, but the streets are narrow and traffic jams are easy. It is suggested to go by bike. Because during the Eleventh period, the front gate of the subway station did not stop. We got off at the Peace Gate. We arrived by bicycle in about ten minutes. We also passed through the square along the way. There were a lot of people. The architectural style of the museum is Western classical. It was built at the site of Citibank Beijing Branch in the early 20th century. The building itself is a cultural relic. Come here to learn how to feel the spirit of the people's police! The spirit of the police is a sword, piercing evil; the spirit of the police is like a shield, protecting the people; the spirit of the police is like an ordeal, representing justice; the spirit of the police is like a phoenix nirvana, daring to dedicate!* Salute to the public security hero! Salute to the people's guards!
As a special museum, this museum is good. Just behind Guobo, we shared bicycles. There is a security check and a lighter is required. The Pavilion is small in size and has four floors. I spent 2 hours browsing, and the content was wonderful.
The Beijing Police Museum is located at No. 36 Dongjiao Min Lane in Dongcheng District. It has four floors. It is free of tickets and can be accessed only by changing tickets with identity cards. Museums are rich in exhibits about the past and present of police and security. There are many guns in it, and gifts from police in other countries.
I really like the number of exhibits in this style.
Very good museum, located in the old concession area of Dongjiao Minxiang, opposite the People's Court of China. Free visit, ID card receipt. There are four floors of exhibition areas, which display police's clothes, hats, pistols and weapons, the development of Chinese security police, and the monument of police martyrs recorded in history. The museum is not big and can be visited in less than an hour. It's worth going.
In the south of the famous Dongjiaomin Lane, it is very close to Tiananmen Square. A visit is good for a boy with police dreams. To understand the characteristics of this profession and the history and current situation of small arms.