Wow, what a neat place! Lots of great pieces to see. The firemen that man the museum are friendly and informative. Ask them to demonstrate how the old pull boxes worked. Amazing stuff.
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This museum is a little out of the way from the usual historical buildings in town but well worth the time to see it. You can take in the Betsy Ross House and Elfreth's Alley on the way there. The museum is free but accepts...More
We've been to quite a few fire museums and this was one of the best! It gives a great history of fire prevention and fire brigades, especially since this is where it all started! In this respect, this IS the best fire museum! The museum...More
This is a great museum...not huge, but very well presented. Anyone who is at all interested in the history or the people of firefighting will find this a wonderful spot. And, if you have not connected to this work, then this museum will do it....More
If you like fire fighters, this is the place for you. This is a well put together 2 story exhibit within walking distance of other Old City attractions. It contains a combination of Philadelphia fire fighting history as well as fire fighting in general. There...More