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FASNY Museum of Firefighting, Hudson
(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • My husband and I we are both volunteers and the local fire company in our area. We decided to take a road trip without even knowing about the museum and what a find! This was excellent, you need time ...  more »
  • First let me say I have been involved in the volunteer Fire, EMS and Haz Mat service since I was a teenager. My parents tell me that I was here as a real little kid but I certainly do not remember it....  more »
  • What a great place for both Young and Old. This small but charming museum packs a punch. We had a great time looking at the vast collection of fire trucks from the 1600's until now. For children there...  more »
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  • Firefighters are our local heroes. This is a wonderful tribute to our everyday heroes. My Great Grandfather spent his last years at the Fireman's home located on the same property. Even if you don't know any volunteer fire fighters (which I doubt) you will be intrigued by the history of fire fighting from Roman times to now.
  • Christopher, depending on how your kids are percieved, overly excited, unruly, clumsy, uncontrolled, management has the legal right to restrict access to certain exhibits that are basically worth millions of dollars like the horse pulled aparatus and other artifacts, not everyone will be prevlidged for safety reasons, this is not the museum of natural history with paid guides. Next doir is a firefighters retirement home. Im a former Volunteer Ems fire rescue. As for myself, i am always honored to be able to view, year 1600 artifacts and apparatus from a bygone era. There are many fire trucks in yellow, red, white from all around NY donated to this museum. It was worth my time.
  • This place is much larger than you would expect. It has a huge selection of fire fighting equipment. Great hands on things for kids. Really nice gift shop.
  • when we arrived and checked in, my family was not welcomed by the staff. We were essentially being asked to leave because an event was being held in one of the rear halls of the museum, but the rest of the museum was available to public. Three times the staff went out of their way to tell us we could not be part of the event. Over all the museum had great exhibits for all ages and children activities. Will think hard before traveling and hour to this museum again.
  • Wonderful museum. We had a great time and want to go back.