Denver Firefighters Museum

Firehouse No. 1, built in 1909 and a national historic landmark, is the home to the Denver Firefighters Museum. | Photo by Jeffrey Beall /
Firehouse No. 1, built in 1909, is a national historic landmark and houses the museum. | Photo by Jeffrey Beall

Staff writer

The Denver Firefighters Museum, located in the 1909 Firehouse No. 1, focuses on the history of Denver firefighting, with hands-on activities and traditional exhibits.

Subject areas include Denver’s fires, fire apparatus, tools and equipment, fire suppression, and other duties firefighters perform. Special exhibits and a children’s gallery also are available.

The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Denver Firefighters Museum
1326 Tremont Place
Denver, CO 80204
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(303) 892-1436