Connecticut State Police Museum

Through displays, photos, and videos, the Connecticut State Police Museum displays the rich history of the Connecticut State Police Department.

Trace the department’s history from its inception in 1903 with only a handful of troopers, to today’s modern department staffed with more than 1,400 sworn state troopers and dedicated civilian support personnel. Visitors will also learn about the history of law enforcement in Connecticut from its early days through the present.

Admission is free, however we gratefully accept donations. This project was accomplished with donations from our members and friends and no tax dollars were spent in its creation. The tour guides and preservation staff are all volunteers.

Museum Location

The Connecticut State Police Museum is located in Meriden on what were once the grounds of the Meriden School for Boys and what is now the State Police Mulcahy Complex.

The Leo J. Mulcahy Complex
294 Colony Street
Meriden, CT 06451

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Museum Hours

Saturday 12 PM - 4 PM

Other appointment times during the week are available to groups on request.

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