Hall of flame.
It's a great place to go. My son loves Fire trucks and anything to do with Firefighting. I am only giving it two stars due to the fact that the people who work there are not friendly at all. In fact the are grumpy. We would visit more often but I don’t like the staff. The museum is nice, they just need to educate the staff on their jobs.
These fire fighter collections are ablaze with history and pride.. In Short One man's firefighter collectables, which he started in the '50s, has grown into a non-profit institution of five galleries containing more than 90 fully restored pieces of apparatus. The items were gathered from Europe, the United States and some other countries, and date back to 1725. It's enjoyed by kids as well, who learn about fire safety and leave with red plastic fire hats, t-shirts and other souvenirs.