The Denver Firefighters Museum is now offering free admission to Denver Public Library Cardholders!

The Denver Firefighters Museum joins the library as our newest museum pass partner.  Book a pass online up to 30 days in advance and print your confirmation to gain entry to the museum.

The Denver Firefighters Museum offers outstanding exhibits on the history of firefighting in Denver, focusing on the Denver Fire Department. The museum has been housed in the original Firehouse Number 1 since 1909. The Denver Firefighters Museum provides innovative and exciting hands-on activities that allow visitors of all ages to interact with the traditional exhibits. In addition to the gallery spaces, special temporary exhibits offer something new to experience on repeat visits.

Explore over a century of historical artifacts, fascinating exhibits, and fun family and kids activities throughout the Museum!

1326 Tremont Place, Denver, Colorado 80204
Open: Monday – Saturday
Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Closed Sundays & Major Holidays

Written by stacey on June 5, 2018

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Jerry Michals on October 6, 2018

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The DFD Station #1 was in service at the new Station #1 on 10/04/1909.
The DFF Museum opened at the abandoned station on 05/27/1980.