It seems quite natural to have a Police Museum next to the police station here, although I was wondering why the police would want to give their secrets away. That’s where I went today, and it was more interesting than I thought it would be. There was the entire history of the Vancouver police force with costumes to try, tours to attend and even free autopsy classes to enroll in! The fake(??) corpse on the “morgue’s” table crept me out, though. I kept thinking it would sit up and go ‘BOO’ just to get a reaction out of the visitors! It was covered, which made it even more eerie than if it were out in the open. But at any rate, it was a good attraction – I was glad to see how many people were at the museum, which was surprising in a good way. If you are in Vancouver, feel free to head over – it’s quite inexpensive at $7 for adults and $5 for students/seniors, while kids under 6 get in for free. While you’re there, say a quick ‘thank you’ to all the police out there who strive to keep us safe!