The John Dillinger Museum was recently relocated to the historic Lake County Courthouse in Crown Point, Indiana. Visitors can enjoy a historical adventure through the life and times of John Dillinger, the infamous Depression Era gangster, as well as the rise of the FBI during the 1930's. The museum is an educational and historic experience featuring artifacts and interactive displays using Dillinger and other gangsters as examples of what happens to people who engage in criminal activity.
New to the museum since its relocation is the Fallen Officer Memorial Wall, honoring the brave men, women and K9's of Lake County, Indiana who have died in the line of duty dating back to the 1910's.
The John Dillinger Museum is located inside the Lake County Courthouse at 1 Courthouse Square in Crown Point, Indiana. Admission is $4/adults, $3/seniors, $2/children 6-12; children 5 and under are free. Active Fire, EMS, Military, Hoosier Helpers are free. Active or retired Police officers are also free. Visit online at www.dillingermuseum.com or www.facebook.com/JohnDillingerMuseum.