Connecticut State Police Museum & Educational Center

In historic Meriden and built in the roaring twenties, the brick and limestone building has been transformed back to most of its former state. It once was the Meriden School for the Boys and later housed State Police Detectives. Located in what is now the Mulcahy Complex, it features the rich history of one of the nation's oldest State Police Agencies. Visitors can research the more than 100 years of events and reports accumulated and collected by dedicated volunteers. There are thousands of photographs, vintage motorcycles and cars, the earliest uniforms, badges and weapons. Contained in the walls is also the sobering reminder of the sacrifices made by Troopers during the more than 100 year long history. Interested in knowing what year the State Police issued Babe Ruth a ticket, or how they got  an Amelia Earhart's autograph, then you will have to make a point to visit.

Other amenities: Dining Nearby, Parking



294 Colony St.
Mulcahy Complex, Bldg. 7
Meriden, CT 06450
United States

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