Close to China Town district, it's a interesting place to visit downtown. Enjoy it!
From 9am-5pm on February 15, 2020, as one of the family day public events, the Vancouver Police Museum is open for free. There are weapons gallery, morgue, and a small prison. On the same day, two workshops were provided for the children to find clues to criminals.
The Police Centennial Museum is an introduction to the history of police in Vancouver and even Canada. I don’t know if it was originally a police station, but it’s still very interesting. The structure of the police station at the scene again, although it requires a fee, it’s pretty good.
Next door to the Vancouver Police Station is the Police Museum, which charges a fee. I have been to the Police Museum in Toronto before, inside the police station, for free. Vancouver is the oldest police museum in North America. It used to be a coroner's court, morgue, and autopsy agency.
The Police Centennial Museum is a place that introduces the history of Canadian police. The museum is not very large, and this type of museum is relatively unpopular. There are fewer tourists visiting, and the police museum has photo restrictions
Preston_Dominguez: 240 Cordova St E | Gastown, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1L3, Canada
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Canada Place,Gastown,Vancouver ChinaTown,Steam Clock,Yaletown