Although this building seems rather small and nondescript, do not be fooled. It houses a HUGE display of firetrucks of all kinds from the very old horse-drawn variety to the early French trucks, to the more modern fifties variety.
One area is set up as a town featuring early firefighting equipment from bucket brigades to horses to early warning systems and switchboards.
Patches from all over the country representing thousands of fire departments hang on the walls. Fire equipment and even children's fire trucks are fun and interesting.
The cost for this museum is nominal, and firefighters get in free.
A 9/11 display is chilling. Plenty of parking near the building is handy, and a nice picnic area with children's play area is available. A really nice memorial (in the Vietnam War Memorial style) recognizes fallen Oklahoma firefighters.
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