OUR GOAL – A NEW MUSEUM!
The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum opened in 1984 and has a wonderful collection of artifacts that simply tell the story of how firefighters have played a vital role in the lives of their communities. The Museum occupied the old Port Hope town sheds on Mill Street for 33 years until being forced to close as the building, which was owned by the municipality, needed to be removed due to the HHAI plan.
Our objective is to expand and update a new Museum to be a National Calibre Fire Fighters Museum.
Mission Statement: The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum is the national centre for documentation, preservation, education, and celebration of Canadian firefighting heritage and safety awareness.
Vision Statement: The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum is committed to the celebration of the important contribution firefighting has made to Canadian communities by preserving its rich history, heritage, and culture, through the sharing of exhibits, real-life events, and safety education.
WILL YOU HELP US? PLEASE JOIN THE MUSEUM AS A FAMILY OR INDIVIDUAL MEMBER.
Become a member today! Individual membership is $20/yr., Families $40/yr.,Firefighter $10/yr., and Corporate $80/yr.