Denver Firefighters Museum
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Denver Firefighters Museum information
Fire Station No 1 was built in 1909, and in 1978 it was turned into a museum that explores the history of firefighting in Denver. See the old steam equipment, slide down a pole and get kitted out in some firefighting gear. The upstairs section is the old quarters where the firefighters slept.
The galleries include a dedicated children’s section with interactive displays based on fire-safety education. Great for kids and fascinating for adults.