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Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum, Oklahoma City

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#8 of 14 in Museums in Oklahoma City
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Many exhibits of the Oklahoma Fire Service as well as artifact from the London Fire Brigade. A dozen restored Fire trucks are inside the Museum with the oldest dating from the very early 1900's.

Artifact from the 18th Century through the 20th Century on display.
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To stay in the thick of tourist action, book a room at a hotel located in Oklahoma City's downtown area. Hotels in this part of town and the adjacent Bricktown neighborhood offer every comfort of home plus many extras, including 24-hour room service, indoor swimming pools, workout facilities, and on-site restaurants. Quiet neighborhoods just a short drive from downtown feature cozy bed and breakfasts and small motels that are less expensive. Many offer rooms with access to fully equipped kitchens and private outdoor spaces.
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  • This is a nice stop while visiting Oklahoma City. We were at the WCWS and walked across the street to visit this museum. There is a lot of information and quality support of firefighters. Good photo o...  more »
  • This place has a ton of info packed into a tiny package. There is a good size playground outside. The entire family will enjoy it.  more »
  • On the way back from the cowboy museum stopped in here. Small, you can do it in 30 minutes. If you like fire engines and such, give it a try.  more »
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  • The place is packed with memorabilia but there was no one to explain anything
  • Interesting road trip stop. Staff was super friendly and knowledgeable!
  • Nice museum with a lot of fire trucks inside and outside
  • I really enjoyed this museum. It doesn't take too much time, and it was fairly quiet when I was there. Nice place! The man at the counter wasn't very friendly. Not even a smile. :-(
  • Very nice firefighter's museum.