American Police Hall of Fame and Museum to move

One of Miami's most eclectic museums will be moving to a new location in Titusville -- next to the Astronaut's Hall of Fame -- by 2003. The 41 year old American Police Hall of Fame and Museum moved to Miami in 1990 from longtime digs on Florida's gulf coast in Port Charlotte. The attraction has needed more space as it has expanded its collection, which includes a gas chamber, electric chair and guillotine. And museum officials planned this move partly out of concern for lack of space to list all the dead police officers properly in the Hall of Fame. Their new location among the space attractions of the Cape should also boost attendance.

[01/24/2002]
Address:
6350 Horizon Dr., Titusville, FL
Directions:
I-95 exits 215 or 212. Take Hwys 50 or 407 east to Hwy 405, then take Hwy 405 east. On the right, just outside the entrance to the Kennedy Space Center.
Hours:
Tu-Su 10-6, M 10-4 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
321-264-0911
Admission:
Adults $13
RA Rates:
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