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Michigan Firehouse Museum

The Museum was founded in 1998 with a mission to preserve firefighting history and promote fire safety and prevention. Located in Ypsilanti’s historic district, the Museum comprises the city’s original firehouse and an additional 12,000 square foot exhibit area. Displays within the Museum are filled with unique firefighting apparatus, hardware and history. The 12,000 square foot exhibit area houses a history of hand, horse and engine propelled fire fighting vehicles and equipment. Our collection also includes fire extinguishers, emblems, hats, helmets, patches, ladders, breathing gear, clothing, nozzles, photographs and fire truck bells
Opening times: Thursday - Sunday 12-4

110 W. Cross St
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
United States