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The Fire Museum of Maryland

"The mission of the Fire Museum of Maryland is to "collect, preserve, display and interpret historically significant apparatus and related artifacts, memorabilia and records of the fire service of the United States, and to educate the public about the history, people, equipment and techniques of the fire service, and about fire prevention and safety. The Fire Museum of Maryland opened in 1971 and displays apparatus from 1806 to 1957. As an educational institution, the Fire Museum provides a variety of special events for children, fire fighters, and interested adults that introduces them to the history of antique fire apparatus and the related memorabilia. Over fifty rigs are on display, and are complemented by a broad range of special exhibits. These include a working fire alarm telegraph system, badge anduniform displays, and Baltimore’s High Pressure Pumping System.
Opening times: Open Saturdays Year-Round 10 AM to 4 PM June-August: Wed.-Sat. 10 AM to 4 PM

1301 York Road
Lutherville, MD 21093
United States