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Museum of Fire, Penrith

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4.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • Interesting, fun and factual learning for the kids! They even got to have a spin in an old fashioned fire truck, which even I thought was fun! A must for families during the school holidays! 
  • A lot of things to look at, a lot of models and some interactive displays for the kids. A few of the trucks the kids can climb all over and have a bit of fun with. Certainly worth a visit, kids love i...  read more »
  • The Museum of Fire is a great day out for everyone ,from old to young ,plenty of parking ,good for any one with Disability,s . easy walking. Every one love Fire Engine,s and they have a hole lot more ...  read more »
  • Took my Old Lady and Younger Brother there last week end. It was a great Family day out. Lots of parking too. They even have Pensioner discount entry. It was a really interesting Museum, just like the Museum in the City which I visited on my holidays a few weeks ago. Think I even noticed a Real Local Hero (RFS) there with his family. Keep up the good work guys...
  • What a wonderful day, my two grandsons could not stop running around your displays, but the person that enjoyed it was myself a 64 year old man, racing from here to there and taking foto's of everything. i will remember the museum and pass on to all my friends how great it is, and the prices are reasonable and the staff are EXCELLENT!
  • A bit outdated and I believe kids should be allowed hop on real fire engines. It is expensive for what we saw, only worth it if your kid is convinced he/she wants to be a firefighter.
  • It's a good place to know about NSW fire history. Good place for learners
  • Great museum for young and old. It would be good to see it get more funding to continue updating displays.
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