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April 1, 2024

MIAMI – the Black Police Precinct & Courthouse Museum is delighted to be taking part in the Greater Miami Convention and Visitor Bureau’s yearly initiative, Miami Attraction & Museum Months. During the months of April and May, museum-goers can receive a free child/student admission ticket when they purchase a full-priced adult ticket. Read more

About the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse Museum
The only museum of its kind in the nation, the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse Museum, located in the historic Overtown community in Miami, FL, was once an active police station and courthouse serving South Florida’s Black community. Today, the museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, and display the history of Black Law Enforcement that served in the City of Miami Police Department during the pre-Civil Rights era. The museum houses artifacts, documents, and archival images that share the stories of the men and women who worked there. Currently, the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse Museum is working on an oral history collection effort aimed at preserving stories of those who worked in the precinct and courthouse when it was active. 

The Black Police Precinct and Courthouse Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 am until 3:30 pm. Guided museum tours are provided by retired City of Miami police officers. For more information, visit https://historicalblackprecinct.org/