The Museum at The American Police Hall of Fame hosts nearly 11,000 exhibits and artifacts relating to law enforcement. Many of these exhibits are interactive and include a large collection of antique law enforcement vehicles, decommissioned fire arms and tools used by law enforcement officers. Stop by our kids corner where kids can dress the part of their favorite law enforcement officer, practice their detective skills in an interactive lab and make their own badge to take home.
Children Under 4 - FREE
Children (Ages 4 - 12): $8.00
Military & Senior Citizens: $10.00
Law Enforcement Officers: $5.00
Family Survivors: $2.00
Group Rates (12 or more people)
Children (Ages 4-12): $4.00
Shooting Center Range Combo Admission: $40.00
-Get the full experience with museum admission, 50 rounds of 9mm ammo with free firearm rental and instruction!
Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Shooting Center Hours:
Tuesday - Friday: Noon - 8:00PM
Saturday - Sunday: Noon - 6:00PM
6350 Horizon Dr.
Titusville, FL, 32780
·- 21st Century Crime Lab
This compelling new exhibit will allow students to explore the amazing world of forensics and to discover that working in the STEM Disciplines (science, technology, engineering and math) doesn’t mean you have to be a rocket scientist! Using state-of-the-art equipment, young people and other visitors will analyze fibers, DNA, ballistics, and more, in a real lab atmosphere.
- Bomb Robot
Visitors will be able to operate a real (de-commissioned) bomb robot and get a first-hand sense of what our dedicated Explosive Ordnance Disposal experts experience on a daily basis.
Want to help make these exhibits a reality?
We are always looking for old, law enforcement gear of any era !
Get involved and let us help preserve your vintage equipment!
We are seeking:
- Light bars (from 1960s to current)
- 911 dispatch tape
- Vintage working sirens
- A patrol car that worked the old Rt. 66
- Driving simulator
- Shooting simulator
Please click the button below if you have there or any other equipment and police-related/in-kind donations.
A special message from Senator Rick Scott regarding the Law Enforcement Eternal Flame project.
The year 2020 is a very special one for the American Police Hall of Fame (APHF)! We began our journey of honoring police officers SIXTY YEARS AGO and are still going strong! This year we would like to begin our very first Docent Program and welcome YOU to join us!! What is a DOCENT? A volunteer educator! Museum docents should have an interest in supporting law enforcement officers, a positive attitude, and a willingness to learn. Click below to learn more.