Originally Fire Station No. 7

The Houston Fire Museum displays a collection of eighteenth to twentieth-century fire service artifacts and documents, an 1937 Chevrolet pumper, an 1895 Ahrens Fox horse-drawn steamer, a 19th century hand powered pumper, as well as a 1938 REO fire truck.

The building housing the Houston Fire Museum was the first fire station built by the Houston Fire Department after it went fully paid in 1895. Preservation of old Fire Station No. 7 as a fire museum began in 1980.

Houston Fire Museum
2403 Milam, Houston

Phone: +1 713 5242526

Website: www.houstonfiremuseum.org/

Open Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Categories: Specialty museum, History museum

Price: Cost money

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