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Museum of Fire, Edinburgh

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  • This is a great attraction for all ages, with dedicated volunteers who will show you around and it's all free. There is a good video for older visitors to enjoy the history of the fire service. The ol...  more »
  • Went today this is a fascinating place so much history and the staff and volunteers were enthusiastic and knowledgeable this museum need your support.  more »
  • The Museum of Fire is a (free) small museum run by volunteers and dedicated to the history of the Scottish Fire Service. The museum is accessed from Lady Lawson Street although this is not obvious at ...  more »
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  • Wonderful place to visit so much history into fire fighting and all the old fire engines my two year old grandson loves going been several times now
  • Really lots of old fire engines and other equipments to see and learn history of fire service s.
  • Very nice collection of Fire fighting equipment set in the original Edinburgh Fire Station HQ. We took our kids and they loved it.
  • Really great collection of fire history, many original fire pumps from hand pumped to steam driven, all restored beautifully. My wife and I aren't usually fire history types but it's a wonderful visit. It was a guided tour which was wonderful and informative. I would highly recommend visiting, and it's free!
  • Very interesting from an historic perspective, and a wonderfully genial host who himself was a fire officer. Yes it's free but I was moved to leave a donation.