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San Antonio Fire Museum, San Antonio
(4.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This museum has a good collection of trucks and artifacts from the history of SAFD. There is no admission charge, they just ask for donations. They have on display several trucks and many other items ...  more »
  • We happened to stumble on this while visiting the Alamo. Because my son is a volunteer firefighter we decided to go see it during a break from other sightseeing. This is definitely not up to the level...  more »
  • I was there on Tuesday morning for my last few hours in San Antonio. Upon entry I was offered the services of a volunteer guide who was a retired fireman. The history of firefighting in the town is ve...  more »
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  • Great place to take your kids! My two year old was absolutely floored seeing multiple fire trucks up close (and a couple that he could climb on). Best thing of all is that it is FREE!
  • Beautiful showcase of all the different machinery used. Great prices in gift shop. Will definitely go back again.
  • Have quite a few displays on different rescue requirements for the fire department several antique trucks and other fire fighting requirement. They have a good display for kids also
  • Excellent way to experience some of the fire and ems history of San Antonio
  • Love it. I have never had the opportunity to see the old next to the new when it comes to firefighting. This small museum is downtown and well worth the short walk. The history of the San Antonio Fire Department is deep and the docents love what they do. Ask a lot of questions or just enjoy. It is well worth your while. They let us in for free. They said "You are free today." I purchased merchandise and gave a donation on my way out. It is a must visit on your trip to San Antonio. It is a stones throw (literally) from the Alamo.