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We decided to check this place out since we were not far from it and it's really neat. The displays are very well preserved and it was nice to see how things were in the past
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This fire related museum has many fire trucks, vintage and new. There are also several different kinds of exhibits from boots and axes to machines and breather masks. The docents love to talk about fire engines and related paraphernalia
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If you are interested in history or firefighters this is the place. All tours are guided and you need to allow about an hour. There is so much more here than fire trucks. I especially enjoyed the demonstration of the vintage fire alarm box. We really enjoyed our tour with Bill.
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My hubby and son LOVE fire trucks (we own a dozen or more). Even though I don't share their love of it, it was a great museum. Small but interesting. It was a hot day and they had free water available. They offer a guide or you can just tour it by yourself and read the signage.
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Did not expect much going in, but we we're pleasantly surprised. Reasonably priced at $2 for kids and $6 for adults. Our volunteer guide Don was fantastic! He was passionate about the history and allowed my son to have Hands-On experiences with some of the equipment and fire
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