Cyprus Police Museum is a unique place that was founded in 2004 and that chronicles the work and history of the Cyprus police department.

The museum was originally intended to cover criminal aspects of police work. However, it now also includes documents about the key moments in the history of Cyprus during World War II and the Liberation Struggle of the 1950s. The largest part of the exhibition consists of weaponry, uniforms and other police paraphernalia from different time periods. The exhibition also features police cars and musical instruments used in the police orchestra. Viewers also have a chance to listen to original recordings of police investigations, find out about the island’s biggest crimes and most dangerous criminal, and learn more about the history of crime prevention in Cyprus.

Museum collection is constantly updated through new contributions from the police department and thanks to private donations. Guided individual and group tours are available. Entrance is free.