Opening Hours


Closing Hours


Admission Closes



MONDAY the next day if it’s a holiday

and New Year's Day, Seollal holidays, Chuseok holidays

Admission Fees


A complex cultural space of
history and experience bridging
the people and the police
Established in 2005, the Korean National Police Museum
has grown into a place that preserves police history and
offers opportunities to participate in police activities,
broadening people’s understanding of the police and
nurturing children’s dreams of becoming police officers.

In 2021, the museum relocated to a new building equipped
with exhibition halls and activity facilities that reflect the
latest trends, aiming to serve as a window of
communication between the people and the police.
korean National Police Museum building exterior

Our location

162, Songwol-gil, Jongno-gu,

korean National Police Museum building exterior

4F Exhibition Hall

In Police History Hall, you can learn the history of
the Korean National Police from the Joseon Dynasty to
the present day.

korean National Police Museum building exterior

3F Exhibition Hall

Third floor of the museum is where you can explore
the police of the present day and understand their functions
and roles in the society

polce car images
polce car images
Recommended Route
Museum Entrance
Police History Hall
the Korean National Police
Museum Exit
3F Shooting Simulator Sessions : 10:30 AM / 11:30 AM / 1:30 PM / 2:30 PM / 3:30 PM / 4:30 PM
※ Due to education and safety reasons, the program is limited to visitors over the age of 11 (fourth graders).
Visitor Rules
  • Please wear your mask while in the museum. (COVID-19 protocol)
  • Please do not touch the exhibits or do anything that might damage them.
  • Food and pets other than guide dogs are not allowed in the museum.
  • Bicycles, scooters, and inline skates are not allowed in the museum.
  • Visitors with children should supervise them not to run or make loud noises in the museum.
  • Please mute or turn off your mobile phones before entering the exhibition halls
  • If you destroy or damage exhibits or facilities, you will be held liable for the cost of the damage.
  • ※ You may be subject to restrictions imposed by the museum staff if you violate
    the viewing etiquette and disturb other visitors.