Back in 1909, Fire Station Number One housed Denver's Engine Company Number One. The building is now home to the Denver ... More
Denver Firefighters Museum
Back in 1909, Fire Station Number One housed Denver's Engine Company Number One. The building is now home to the Denver Firefighters Museum which preserves, exhibits and celebrates the rich firefighting history of the city. The museum houses over 30,000 exhibits, including firemen related documents and photographs dating back to the 1860s, various antique firefighting equipment and other memorabilia. There are various activities that visitors, especially children can partake in from engaging in hand-on activities like fire prevention techniques, children's pole, to trying on firefighting gear, calling 911 and more.
Former Station 1 house turned into museum has trucks throughout history, lots of hands-on for kids and even a piece of eye-beam from Twin Towers in New York. Doesn't take long to go through but worth it!
Designed and built for the Cheeseman family in 1908, and later purchased by the Boettcher family, this mansion was deeded
to the state in 1959. The Georgian Revival residence became the Governor's Mansion in 1960 after considerable controversy. Ornate ...
This museum is one of the city's most popular attractions, drawing almost two million visitors a year. There are stunningly
detailed and vast permanent displays on North American Indians, Egyptian mummies, dinosaurs, and minerals. The museum also hosts such ...
Located in the Pearce McAllister Cottage, a Dutch Colonial Revival home built in 1899, this museum features rotating displays. You
can take a peek at how the Three Bears are doing and check in with countless other childhood friends. ...