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Denver Firefighters Museum

Denver Firefighters Museum
Denver Firefighters Museum


In 1909 the fire station No. 1 for the Engine Company No. 1 was built. Among the collection of authentic equipment pieces are helmets, badges, uniforms and clothing and a rare hand pumper wagon of 1867.

Apart from these historic items a modern white fire truck can be seen - children are allowed to climb on it.

Listed on the National Register , the museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts, photographs and documents from 1866 to the present relating to the history of firefighting. Educational programs focus on fire safety and hands-on activities for children and adults.


1326 Tremont Pl, Denver, CO 80204




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