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Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting
Type: History Museums, Museums
Presenting the world's largest display of firefighting equipment, this museum highlights 100 restored pieces of hand-to-hand, horse-drawn, and mechanized firefighting equipment from 1725 to 1961.... Read More
Presenting the world's largest display of firefighting equipment, this museum highlights 100 restored pieces of hand-to-hand, horse-drawn, and mechanized firefighting equipment from 1725 to 1961. Additional exhibits include a fire truck for children to climb on and several other restored fire engines. A firefighter wannabe can dress up in official-looking coats, hats, and other gear, just like the real thing! The Hall of Flame is located near the borders of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe in the Phoenix Papago Park area, across from the Phoenix Zoo and next door to Phoenix Municipal Stadium. It makes for a convenient stop if you're checking out these other attractions.
6101 E Van Buren St
Phoenix, AZ 85008
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: Hall of Flame is the ideal museum for young kids interested in firefighting.
- Best for Family-Friendly Museums Because: Kids and adults will enjoy exploring the Hall of Flame Museum, a tribute to the history of firefighters around the world.
- Best for Museums Because: The Hall of Flame Firefighting Museum, located near Papago Park, offers a fun and history-filled look at historic firefighting gear and fire trucks.