Opening hours and entry


Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm
Normally closed weekends and public holidays
Entry is by gold coin donation - all money raised is used in the preservation of the Museum's iconic collection

Location and getting here

The Police Museum is on the Mezzanine Level of the World Trade Centre
637 Flinders St,
Docklands, 3008

Entrance to the World Trade Centre is via Siddeley St.

Public transport


The closest train station is Southern Cross Station. The Museum is a short 10-minute walk from Southern Cross Station.


  • from Southern Cross Station, walk southward downhill along Spencer St towards Flinders St
  • at the corner of Spencer and Flinders St, cross Flinders St and pass under the railway bridge
  • the World Trade Centre is in front of you towards your right set back from the street front
  • enter the World Trade Centre building through the glass sliding doors
  • take the escalator, lift (press M) or stairs up one level to the Mezzanine Level of the World Trade Centre
  • the Museum is located directly in front of you to the left of the escalators


  • catch the free City Circle Tram or numbers 70 or 75 to stop D6 Flinders St West
  • catch the 12, 96 or 109 trams to stop 124 Batman Park

Both of these tram stops are within the Free Tram Zone which operates in the CBD.

If your journey originates within the Free Tram Zone your travel to the Museum will be free. See the Yarra Trams website for more details.


There are two public car parks with limited paid parking located in Siddeley St.

Photography in the Museum

Visitors are welcome to take photographs in the Museum. Please do not use flash photography.

Reviewed 05 December 2018