The New York City Fire Museum occupies a renovated 1904 Beaux-Arts firehouse built for Engine Company 30.
Cool museum if you're bored, but not worth a trip down just for this
the museum is interesting but the staff is not friendly and uninterested, especially the one behind the counter!
Amazing museum with fantastic staff. Support the FDNY.
This is a very good museum. Its a great way to learn the history of the FDNY.
go for this small smart nice museum, old trucks, vidéos, story of 9/11
Ehh. Not much to do.
Wonderful historical exhibits. Touching 9/11 commemoration. Nice interactive safety "escape" for kids.
The 9/11 testimony has to be seen. The rest of the museum is quite small, only with old stuff. Deceptive.
The collection follows the NYC fire service from the time of New Amsterdam. Highlights include artifacts from Ground Zero, a 9/11 memorial and an educational interactive fire simulation room.
Come inside & see artifacts from FDNY’s history, including items from the bucket brigade, horse-drawn apparatus & uniforms. Be sure to check out the Museum’s 9/11 memorial & items from the WTC site.
A remarkable collection that walks you through the history of NYC firefighting.
Sign up for their world-class fire safety program and experience an interactive class on fire safety. Join our Teacher's Town Hall on 9/25 for more education insights at educationnation.com
You cannot leave New York without visiting the Fire Museum. It's full of history and great architecture. :)