Bavarian Police Museum

The Bavarian Police Museum (Bayerische Polizeimuseum) is the central museum of the Bavarian State Police, housed in the historic Turm Triva in the Klenzepark in Ingolstadt.[1] It opened on 19 December 2011.[2] It includes a variety of exhibits dating from 1918 onwards and explains the history, organisation and development of policing in Bavaria since the 1918-19 Bavarian Revolution. Previously owned by the Police itself, in 2007 the collection became a department of the Bavarian Army Museum.

The Turm Triva
VW Käfer as a police car

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Official site".
  2. ^ "Opening".

Coordinates: 48°45′45″N 11°26′07″E / 48.7624°N 11.4353°E / 48.7624; 11.4353