Washington, D.C. – The opening of The National Law Enforcement Museum will take place on Saturday with a celebration in Judiciary Square.
The free event will feature entertainment, caricature artists, demonstrations, face painting and more, as the event’s organizers said.
The National Law Enforcement Museum was founded by the nonprofit National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. About $103 million was allocated to the museum.
The statue in Judiciary Square was also funded by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The statue sits in the Square located across from the new three-story museum.
The museum represents the history of American Law Enforcement. Visitors can get to know the officers who have died in the line of duty.
Museum has two top floor with pavilions open to the public. On the second floor, there is a café and a gift shops. Exhibitions can be found on the third floor.
The admission tickets are $21.95 for adults and $19.95 for senior citizens 65 and older. Military and law enforcement members will be given a discount.