Museum Admissions

Please arrive 25 minutes prior to your selected time.

Please note all ticket purchases are final, no refunds.

Training Simulator

You must select a training simulator event that is 40 minutes after your museum admission. 

Youth tickets are not available the training simulator. Lawyer Information

Forensics Camp

Forensic Detectives Summer Camp is a weeklong dive into the messy and meticulous world of forensic science. Students will engage in hands-on training in the basics of crime scene investigation from fingerprints to DNA, and toolmarks to trace. They will meet with professionals working in the field today and learn about the history of American law enforcement. This summer camp experience will provide participants with a greater understanding of forensic science, its role in the criminal justice system, and exposure to STEM-related careers in law enforcement.

Camp Information:

  • Ages: 11-14 years old
  • 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
  • $500/week per camper (full payment must be made at time of registration)
  • Scholarships available through Battelle for students in Title 1 schools
  • Location: BASIS Charter School, 410 8th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20004



Must be 21 an over to attend

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Science Saturday

Ride Along Through History

Family Fun Day

Training Simulator Workshop

Boy Scouts Overnight

Join the National Law Enforcement Museum for its first Scouts BSA Overnight! Scouts aged 11-17 will try their hand at the Museum's Training Simulator, go on a scavenger hunt in the Museum, and work toward the Crime Prevention Merit  Badge with law enforcement officers from a variety of professional backgrounds. Scouts and parents will sleep in the galleries and be treated to a pizza dinner and breakfast. All scouts will receive a Museum patch.  

Camp Information:

  • Ages: 11-17 years old
  • 6:00 PM – 8:00 AM
  • $125 per Boy Scout (full payment must be made at time of registration)
  • Location: National Law Enforcement Museum, 444 E Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20004