Museum gives a chance to learn about firefighting as well as offers a lot of activities for kids such as miniature fire trucks riding
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Museum offers various activities for children such as miniature fire trucks and poles or trying firefighter gear
- Adult tickets valid for customers ages 13+; junior tickets valid for customers ages 5-13; child tickets valid for customers ages 5-13
- Free admission for children under 4
About Denver Firefighters Museum
In 1909, when Denver's Engine Co. No. 1 moved into its new two-story station, firefighters still relied on horse-drawn trucks to race to the scene of a fire. Those trucks now stand beside motorized vehicles in displays at the Denver Firefighters Museum, which has occupied the station since 1980. The nonprofit museum showcases more than 150 year's worth of firefighting history, featuring everything from tools such as helmets and bunking gear to the station's preserved officer's quarters and locker room.
Winding along the gallery floors, firefighter boot prints lead to educational stations with hands-on activities geared toward younger guests. Children can ride miniature fire trucks and poles, try on firefighting gear, and handle actual firefighting tools. To impart additional fire safety skills, the museum's experts teach programs both at the museum and inside local preschool and kindergarten classrooms. The museum also houses a unique gift shop with a melange of interesting, firemen-related items.