American Police Hall of Fame & Museum Will Re-Open May 12 With 25 Percent Occupancy

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The Museum’s new schedule will be Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

ABOVE VIDEO: The American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, closed to the public since the Governor’s “safer at home” order in early April, will be reopening on Tuesday, May 12.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, closed to the public since the Governor’s “safer at home” order in early April, will be reopening on Tuesday, May 12.

The facility will practice social distancing and will limit visitors to 25% of maximum occupancy. Cleaning and disinfecting of exhibits and displays will be conducted, as well.

The Museum’s new schedule will be Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed on Sunday and Monday.

The facility’s shooting range, known at The Shooting Center, remains open and is maintaining its traditional hours. Training classes have also resumed.

Those interested in CCW classes, tactical and personal defense training etc., can find the facility’s training calendar at www.NACOPSTEP.org. For more information about training, call 321-264-0911 Ext. 133.

To find out more about the museum or the facility’s compassionate services for law enforcement families, please call 321-264-0911 or email policeinfo@aphf.org

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The facility will practice social distancing and will limit visitors to 25% of maximum occupancy. Cleaning and disinfecting of exhibits and displays will be conducted, as well.

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