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Denver Brandweermuseum
Denver Brandweermuseum

Denver Brandweermuseum

Ma-za 10.00-16.00 uur
1326 Tremont Place, Denver, 80204

The basics

The museum celebrates the history of the Denver Fire Department with exhibits for both children and adults. Young children can dress up in firefighting gear, slide down a child-sized fire pole, and handle real firefighting tools. Adults will enjoy perusing the museum’s extensive collection of historical photos and artifacts and checking out the antique fire trucks and vintage tools. Guided tours are available and the museum offers a wide variety of fire safety and fire prevention courses.

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Things to know before you go

  • The Denver Firefighters Museum is a great kid-friendly attraction in downtown Denver.
  • Reservations are required for guided tours, but self-guided walking tours are always available.
  • Discounted admission if offered for kids, seniors, and firefighters.
  • The museum is accessible with both wheelchairs and strollers.
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How to get there

The Denver Firefighters Museum is located at 326 Tremont Place in downtown Denver close to the Colorado Convention Center and the Denver Art Museum. Metered street parking and pay lots are available near the museum. The museum is also easily accessed via bus and light rail.

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When to get there

The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm during winter. During summer months, the museum is open daily from 9:30am to 4pm. The museum features occasional special events like storytime and crafts and tours of the Denver Fire Department Station so check the events calendar prior to your visit.

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Junior Firefighters Summer Camp

Firefighting summer camps are available for children aged 5-12 and is a dream come true for junior fire truck fans. Kids will meet real firefighters, tour working fire stations, and learn the basics of fire prevention and how fires are fought. Multiday and weekend camps are available.

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