Tuesday, December 3, 2013

The Denver Firefighters Museum

The Denver Firefighters Museum is a special place in the heart of downtown Denver that is a must see for all ages!


This building is the original Firehouse Number 1 in Denver Colorado - built in 1909!  The moment you walk into this building you are entering a world of history, exploration, facts and fun all about the firefighters of Denver.   

Explore over a century of historical artifacts, fascinating exhibits, and fun family and kids activities throughout the Museum! The Museum offers not only outstanding exhibits on the history of firefighting in Denver focusing on the Denver Fire Department, but innovative and exciting hands-on activities that allow visitors to interact with the traditional exhibits. From groundbreaking state-of-the-art gallery space to engaging programs and special events, there is always something new to explore.

I really love seeing what a fireman wore years ago, what the trucks looked like, and the different techniques used to fight fires and protect the public.  Really interesting exhibits!  



Do you have a Firefighter loving kiddo?  This would be a perfect place to celebrate a birthday too!  The Denver Firefighters Museum wants you to plan your next Birthday Party with them.  The great birthday packages are well priced and includes the exhibit!

You can even find some great gifts at the gift shop that are perfect for anyone who likes the history of Firefighters.  Maybe some stocking stuffer ideas for your little ones??

Two Admissions for the Price of One. Purchase one adult admission and get second admission for FREE. Second admission can be child or adult.

Location: 1326 Tremont Place Denver, Colorado 80204



Disclosure:  I was compensated for this review by tickets to visit this museum.  Thanks you to Moms Connect which is part of ColoradoKids.com network.


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2 comments:

  1. So cool. I really love this kind of stuff.

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  2. What a fun place to go. I homeschool so I am into these kinds of places for field trips.

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