National Museum of Crime & Punishment
The Crime Museum’s founder, an Orlando-based attorney named John Morgan, displays one of his greatest treasures here: the bullet-riddled 1934 Ford sedan from the 1967 movie, Bonnie and Clyde. One of the most popular exhibits, though, is the opportunity to investigate and solve a crime step-by-step, keeping track of clues and ending in a fully-outfitted crime lab.
The Gallery Place Metrorail station, serving the Red, Yellow and Green Lines, is around the corner from the museum and just across F Street. Parking is available on surrounding streets and in the Verizon Center parking lot; the lot’s entrance is on 6th Street, just south of F Street.
Tours & Tickets
From medieval knights and greed-driven pirates to today's white collar criminals, the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington DC allows you to ... Read more
Washington D.C., District of Columbia