The Houston Fire Museum, Houston
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
The Houston Fire Museum is housed in historic firehouse No. 7, an original fire station for the city of Houston. It was built in 1899 and was an active duty fire station until 1969. The Museum was founded in 1982 to preserve the leagacy and history of HFD and promote fire safety education and fire prevention in the Houston community. Come visit us today!Plan your The Houston Fire Museum visit and explore what else you can see and do in Houston using our Houston trip builder.
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Leider war nicht viel zu sehn und man war schnell durch. Schade um den Eintritt... Die Freundlichkeit war mässig und leider gab es keine "Führung" oder ähnliches dazu.Unfortunately was not much to see and it was fast. Too bad about the entry... The experience was moderate and unfortunately there was no "guidance" or similar.show original
Wants something different to do as a COMPLIMENTARY activity to a mid-day date, this would be and OPTION. Now pls. note, I would compliment this event activity with some additional stimuli if you want ... read more »
Recently took my little one (5) to the Fire Museum. He loved the old fire trucks and the nice fireman who was there. Not a big museum but worth a look. Lots of history on the fire department in Housto... read more »
If you are going with kids under 5 and hoping to get into the kid room, don't go on a Saturday. They have private parties in the kids room on Saturdays and other guests of the museum are not allowed in. The ~3 other rooms were interesting enough for the kids, but only for about 15 minutes before we'd seen everything and were ready to go. Definitely not the amount of time I was expecting to spend at the museum! An adult could probably read and experience everything in about 45 minutes.
Pretty cool for 5 and under.
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