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Oklahoma Firefighters Museum, Oklahoma City

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Contact: +1 405 424 1452/+1 800 308 5336 (Toll Free)
Open Hours: Mo to Sa from 09:00 AM to 04:30 PM,Su from 01:00 PM to 04:30 PM
This is one museum the kids will not mind visiting because firemen hold a special mystique for children and adults alike. This museum run by the state firefighters association shows visitors how firefighting has evolved throughout history. Exhibits of antique, century-old fire engines will amaze and educate visitors; one of the most popular exhibits is Oklahoma's first fire station, a rustic log cabin built just after the Civil War. In addition to unique items like a collection of uniform shoulder patches and fire alarms, the historical collection shows little-known aspects that accompany the profession.