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This is in a building that was one of the first stations in Denver. Wonderful history of the dept. The old lockers are still there and the men's bathroom is the original. It is self guided, but do ask an employee about when horses were...More
If you're looking for something interesting to fill a couple hour gap in your schedule then you should consider the Denver Firefighters museum. We so often take for granted how emergency services have been improved over the decades; this museum to a great degree will...More
I love this original fire house with many fire trucks and a great party room upstairs. Many officers items are still here as they were and the beautiful wood doors and archways let you know this was a horse and buggy working fire house in...More
I stumbled upon this amazing little museum because it was right next door to my hotel. With a $9 (full fare adult) entry fee it’s incredible value for money. There are substantial discounts for children, retirees and firefighters.
The museum is housed in one of...More
We swung by here when we had some time to kill downtown and it filled an hour nicely. Out six-year old son really enjoyed some of the interactive stuff and seeing all the different tools and gear used throughout the years. Pretty cool place to...More
My hubby & I stopped here. This place is perfect for anyone old or young who has a love for fire fighting, fire trucks & Fire history. Gift shop has several items to purchase from kids to adult. Plan on about an hour.
We brought our two young children into Denver specifically for this museum yesterday. We checked the website before going, which stated the museum is open until 4pm on Saturdays with last admission at 3:30. We arrived at 3:08 to find the museum closed. How disappointing,...More