See the important role Fire Fighters have played in the development of Canada.
Go to first gallery — The Early Period
About the Museum:
The Museum is temporarily closed while a new location is sought but you can still view the collection online. See a virtual tour here.
The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum first opened its doors in 1984. Since then the Museum has evolved into a national centre for documentation, preservation, education, and celebration of Canadian firefighting heritage and safety awareness. The Museum has a collection of artifacts that tell the story of the vital role that firefighters have played in the lives of communities across Canada. The Museum strives to represent all Canadian firefighters: professional or volunteer, industrial, military, wildland, and airport.
The collection encompasses equipment of every kind, from all eras and all parts of Canada: antique fire helmets, an amazing array of fire hydrants, fire-related signage, safety equipment, toys, and of course our vintage fire trucks.
You Have to See:
• The Advent of Steam
• The HydrantGallery
• Cdn. F.F. Overseas WWII
• Before Fire Brigades
• Fire Trucks
• Fire Helmets
The kids loved it! We had a great time!