OPP: A CENTURY OF POLICING

Now until January 29, 2010

The OPP Museum’s current exhibition, FRONTIERS: A CENTURY OF POLICING, highlights key moments in OPP history, both early and recent, through a selection of compelling images, artifacts and personal stories which celebrate the last century of the Ontario Provincial Police.

The OPP Museum
777 Memorial Avenue
Orilllia, Ontario
L3V 7V3

Planning a Visit?

Just minutes from downtown Orillia, The OPP Museum is located right inside Ontario Provincial Police General Headquarters (GHQ). Visits to the museum are self-guided. The self-guided tour brochure for GHQ is available at the main information desk, and inside the museum. To book a self-guided group visit to the museum for groups more than 10, please call ahead of time (705) 329-6889.

Visitors are also welcome to stroll along inside the public front of GHQ and enjoy the OPP displays, visit The Off Duty ShOPP (705-329-6280) and pause for refreshments at The Steak-Out Cafeteria (705-329-6523).

Major exhibits are featured in the museum’s main gallery and smaller displays are created throughout the year. Interactive and hands-on elements in the activity area provide a learning experience for people of all ages. Community Service Officers, teachers and group leaders are encouraged to use the museum as a learning resource.

Museum Hours

Open year-round, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please note: The OPP Museum is closed on statutory holidays