New York City Fire Museum

New York City Fire Museum information

New York City , USA
278 Spring St
btwn Varick & Hudson Sts
+1 212 691 1303
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Subway: C/E to Spring St
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adult/child $8/5
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In a grand old firehouse dating from 1904, this ode to firefighters includes a fantastic collection of historic equipment and artifacts. Eye up everything from horse-drawn firefighting carriages and early stovepipe firefighter hats, to Chief, a four-legged fire-fighting hero from Brooklyn. Exhibits trace the development of the NYC firefighting system, and the museum’s friendly staff (and the heavy equipment) make this a great spot to bring kids.

The New York Fire Department (FDNY) lost half of its members in the collapse of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and memorials and exhibits have become a permanent part of the collection. Fans can stock up on books about firefighting history and official FDNY clothing and patches in the gift shop.