Sioux City Police Museum
Sioux City Police Department Museum 

The second floor of Sioux City Police headquarters houses the Sioux City Police Hall of History Museum. The museum chronicles over 160 years of local police history. Displays include uniforms, weapons, equipment, badges and insignias and historic photographs. Thousands of artifacts chronicle the evolution of law enforcement in the area, to include the fascinating stories behind many of the artifacts. Persons interested in seeing the museum should come to the lobby of police headquarters during business hours to request a tour. Larger groups should call ahead to make arrangements
for a guide if time and date of the trip are known. Admission is Free!

FamilyFriendly | Groups | Free | Education | History

601 Douglas Street, Sioux City, IA 51101