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Went to this museum to see some of the crime scenes we had read about and it was very factual and interesting. All sorts of objects including a set up of the car Bonnie and Clyde were killed in. Some very famous criminals stories are...More
We had such a great day at this museum. The CSI interactive forensics was fabulous (we got to figure out who done it!). We learned so much about a wide range of "criminals" while having a blast- literally. You can try a realistic police shootout...More
Museum of C&P is very educational--fun too. Take some extra money for tokens to try the shoot out, glock and driving. LOVED the CSI section. Take your time--you wont get through quickly--read everything and test your knowledge at some of the stations. After doing this...More
The size of this museum is bigger than you realize when you first walk in. We thought we would be in and out in an hour. There is a lot of reading and the museum takes you through centuries of the history of crime and...More
Take a break from all the History of Washington DC and enjoy the Museum. My 10 and 12 year old boys were fascinated by all the torture from the Middle ages to the code breaking techniques, and laughed out loud when reading about the criminals...More
By the time I got around to reviewing this, I'd learned this museum closed--which is awful! I understand the economical uphill battle it was fighting, trying to compete w/ free Smithsonian museums, but it's too bad. We went here as a tribute to my mom,...More
The museum is set up like a one way maze so you hardly miss anything. The items on display range from great to haunting, from amazing to eerie. A good day trip if you're ever in the area. Definitely do the detective handbook thingie, it...More