This is one museum the kids will not mind visiting. Firemen hold a special mystique for children and adults alike. This ... More
Oklahoma Firefighters Museum
This is one museum the kids will not mind visiting. Firemen hold a special mystique for children and adults alike. This Oklahoma landmark shows visitors how fire fighting has evolved throughout history. Exhibits of antique, century-old fire engines both awe and educate visitors. One of the favorite displays is Oklahoma's first fire station, a rustic log cabin built just after the Civil War. Unique items like a collection of uniform shoulder patches and fire alarms show little-known aspects that accompany the profession.
My family and I visited the fire museum. We all enjoyed it so much that we are going back and bringing our local Junior Firefighters. We had so much fun we thought our juniors would enjoy it as much as we did!!
Everything was great the people that worked in the museum were so friendly and helpful.It's been a while since we've been.I've read that they have remodeled the museum and we can't wait to see all the new changes.
I thought that it was awesome. This was my first time and I will be back. The old firetrucks, and patches from all over was absolutely amazing. I was literally at awe.
The memorial from the Federal Building, the paintings were just breath taking. I truly enjoyed my visit Thank you for the displays and letting my family and I enjoy the musuem.
Carrie La Grone
Although the museum is small, they have a nice collection of old firetrucks. I wouldnt recommend planning to go here all day, since it only takes an hour or so to see the whole musuem. It is worth checking out, especially if you have an interest in fire fighting.
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