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The New York City Fire Museum is the official museum of the FDNY.Occupying a renovated 1904 Beaux‐Arts firehouse at 278 Spring Street in Hudson Square, west of SoHo, the museum is home to a renowned collection of fire‐related art and artifacts from...more
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Contrary to the last reviewer, I think the 9/11 memorial is what makes this special, it is a reason for coming here. As a visitor to NYC at the time of 9/11,my lasting memory is the role played by these heroes and how many lives...More
Visited the fire museum with my young son and husband. We enjoyed the museum, however it is quite small and there wasn’t much to keep a small child amused. Everything there was interesting to the adults but it doesn’t take long to get around and...More
While the old firefighting equipment is interesting and needs to be displayed, there is nothing on display with new equipment nor are there any fire-fighting or historical stories displayed or anything interactive to attract kids. The 9/11 room was the only one that held my...More
This is a great place. It has a really interesting display on the history of the New York fire department and cool old fire trucks. It also has a very moving memorial to the fire fighters who lost their lives on 911. We went straight...More
Located in a former firehouse. Exhibits include fire equipment from as far back as the 18th century as well as badges, officers' bugles, photographs and paintings, firemen's dress regalia, and a memorial to 9/11.
The NYC Fire museum, located on the westernmost boundary of SoHo, offers an in-depth glance into the history and the present of NYC Fire department, throughout several centuries. One doesn't have to be a great scholar of firefighting to enjoy the museum, for it is...More
A teacher's favorite for all students. Unbeatable prices, accessible to all, friendly environment, hands-on learning, amazing discoveries, and the finest retired firefighters touring our students! Meet Firefighter Harriet! Learn about the history of firefighting, since the 1800's, about the finest who died in the 911...More
Make sure to visit while in New York. We enjoyed the history of firefighting in New York as well as the old firetrucks and equipment that was used during the early 1900's. A special memorial room for the firefighters from 9/11.