Denver Firefighters Museum

1326 Tremont Pl
Denver, CO 80204
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Customer Reviews (6 reviews)


on Citysearch Dec 05, 2008
Over rated, over priced. Had to pay for my 15 month old child. No elevator for strollers. Staff not helpful. (more)


on Citysearch Oct 31, 2006
<b>In Short</b><br>Originally opened as Fire Station No. 1 in 1909, the museum is a perfectly preserved slice of American history, replete with ghosts of heroes of the past yet recalling the flickering comedic... (more)

Kimberly M.

on Judys Book Feb 08, 2006
What a great experience for the kids! Where else can you pretend that you are a firefighter? You can go down the poles and try on real equipment that the firefighters wear! Then they can hop on the fire truck which is just... (more)

Katharine Swan L.

on Judys Book Feb 02, 2006
Firefighters and fire trucks are among the most popular icons for young children. If your child loves these heroes and their shiny red trucks, take them to the Denver FirefighterÂ’s Museum! The museum, located in an... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch May 08, 2005
The Denver Firefighters Museum is a really interesting little place for people of all ages. -There are artifacts, including photos and documents, that chronicle firefighting from the mid 1800's 'til now. There... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Apr 27, 2005
Very cool short visit place. It isn't huge and you won't spend more than an hour but the kids love climbing on the old fire trucks and trying on the gear. Its a real old fire house and has a great little gift area.... (more)

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