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While it doesn't cost much it's I Museum that you could probably visit in less than 15 or 20 minutes. Our kids like dressing up in the firemen's uniforms. The older ones found some of the older and antique fire engines interesting. The people that...More
Firefighter's museum is a tribute to the Volunteer Firemen on Long Island .. It has hands on activities for children ages 5-10, There is a volunteer fireman to answer questions and share is life experience as a first responder.
The Firefighters Museum is located inside the same building as the Cradle of Aviation Museum. Overall, about half of the firefighters museum is geared to kids. I visited with 4 kids 5 and under and they played in the kids section for about 45 minutes....More
If your looking for a great place to go with your kids or grandchildren, then the is it. Lot's of interactive displays. They have helmets & coats to transform the youngsters into firefighters. You can climb abroad a real fire engine which is a wonderful...More
We love the Firefighters Museum. The size it perfect for me to do solo with the children. The kids can run around and burn some energy while having fun. Mine love putting on the costumes and climbing on the fire trucks.
I've been wanting to visit the Firefighters Museum for awhile now and finally had the opportunity yesterday. Wow, was I glad I did. This place is small. The area isn't that large but the curatorial staff have done an amazing job at fitting everything in...More
Great, small museum. Located inside an old fire station, two floors showcase the history of firefighting in New York. Downstairs is filled with old engines, and the 'practical' side of firefighting, while upstairs has all of the decorum associated with public events. Very cool and...More
When entering the Cradle Aviation Museum (a great experience there) and noticed that there was a large sign in the front for the Nassau County Firefighter's Museum. Now I remember seeing this deal on a Groupon and decided that while we were visiting the Cradle...More