- Hours of Operation: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; closed Sunday.
- Light Rail Walking Distance (within 1.0 Mile):
- Miles to Light Rail Station: 0.4
- Kid Friendly:
The world's largest museum of firefighting history offers more than a hundred fire trucks, steamers, hand pumpers and other fully restored pieces of fire apparatus, dating from 1725 to the early 2000s, as well as other artifacts and memorabilia from all corners of the globe. Most of the pieces are American, but we also have pieces from England, France, Austria, Germany, Peru and Japan. The Hall of Flame sponsors the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes, which honors firefighters who have died in the line of duty or who have been decorated for heroism. The Hall also includes a gallery dedicated to the history of wildland firefighting in the United States, and a children's play area and a real fire truck that kids can climb on, so it is an ideal destination for kids, but just as educational and inspiring for adults. The Hall of Flame is sponsored by the National Historical Fire Foundation, which was established in 1961 by George F. Getz, Jr. Admission: Adults: $12; Seniors (62 and older): $10; Ages 6-17: $10; Children 3-5: $6; children 2 and younger: FREE. Group tours are available at a discounted rate BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. (9.2.2020)