This was an incredibly surprising museum, well worth the price of the tickets. Covering crime and punishment from Medieval Time through the Wild West, Prohibition to the Modern Era. There are sections on capital punishment, CSI, FBI Top Ten Most Wanted and prison life. I was constantly surprised by the wide range of museum pieces on show from famous crime cases and belonging to infamous individuals (Ted Bundy's Volkswagen Beetle sits in the lobby and John Wayne Gacy's clown outfits are on show later on in the museum!).
I would recommend this museum to everyone, I would recommend leaving a good few hours for this museum as it's based over a few floors and takes a lot longer to wander around than you'd think.
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