Cyprus Police Museum

  • Location

    Evangelou Floraki, within the Police Headquarters building

  • Tickets

    Free Admission

  • Opening Times

    Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 13:00 By appointment only
    Closed on weekends.

    All year round.
    Closed on Public Holidays.

  • Phone

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The museum's inception dates back to 1933 when it was established as the Criminal Museum under British colonial rule, led by the British Chief of Police under the colonial government.

A significant section of the museum is devoted to chronicling the history of the Cyprus Police Force, spanning from the British colonial era to the contemporary times. Among the exhibits, visitors have the opportunity to view a diverse array of items, including uniforms, weaponry, equipment, and police vehicles. Additionally, the museum showcases musical instruments, photographs, and documents relating to the Police Band. Furthermore, it houses a collection of artifacts and records from the Second World War and the National Liberation Struggle of 1955-1959.

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