Looking for something to do this weekend? Head over to the Indiana State PoliceMuseum, located on the east side of Indianapolis. The ISP Museum will be open from 12pm to 4pm and admission is free.


The museum houses several police cars from different decades, exhibits on crime scene investigation, radio communications, and the early 1930s, when gangsters like John Dillinger and Al Brady wreaked havoc on the nation. The Logo Store – a gift shop with Indiana State Policeshirts, mugs, key chains, and more will also be open to the public.

Questions? Feel free to call the museum staff at (317) 899 8293 or email at [email protected].