The Denver Firefighters Museum was built in 1909 by the Denver architect, Glen W. Huntington. It was one of the largest fire station in Denver and operational until 1974 and was listed on the national Register of Historic Places on November 14, 1979.
Now, it is open to the public. Their main highlights are to educate people on how to prevent fire and how to get away from it.
To become more meaningful, lively and easy to understand, they are providing the visitors activities on where they can participate. To be able to make the activities as if all are for real, participants who are ready are provided with firefighting equipments.
Its main purpose is to educate the viewers how important the fire safety in our daily lives. Also, to preserve the history of the artifacts, documents and photographs of the museum. Furthermore, there are volunteers to guide as you tour the place.
Admission at the museum has corresponding fees for children and adults. For a group visit, you can reserve earlier for proper scheduling. In addition to, membership is open with corresponding fees for the plan chosen.
Find souvenir items for an affordable price at the fire fighter shop. Items include toys, apparel, mugs, traveling bag, pins, jewelry and a lot more.
You can rent the museum for your birthdays, weddings and other social gatherings. However, they are requesting to clean up and remove all trash after the party.
Furthermore, make a necessary reservation in advance and payments should be through cash or check.