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This is great for a sense of history. The Ground floor has a timeline and examples of equipment used over the first hundred years of the Fire Service. The Upper floor has some activities to tell kids what they SCDF does, not really engaging for young children.
This former fire station, itself a pretty looking building, now houses the museum of the history of fire fighting in Singapore. There are some fantastic exhibits including actual fire engines and archival footage of past firemen. The exhibits on the 2nd floor cover more modern…
I didn’t plan on visiting this museum, but was walking right past and it was FREE, so why not? With the ground floor all about the history and the next one about the services today, it was an unexpected surprise. The hands on activities upstairs were a sobering but realistic…
An interesting little museum about the civil defense in Singapore, and how they have contributed to the country. Interesting displays and information.
A great place for both children and adults and if you’re lucky enough bumped into Mr Segar a retired fire fighter who initiated a conversation with us when we were about to leave the place and shared passionately about being in the service and the dogs he had the opportunity to…