Housed in a restored 1904 firehouse, the NYC Fire Museum covers the history of fire fighting in the United States from the 18th century to the present. Displays include antique aparatus, uniforms and equipment, as well as an apartment fire simulator.
278 Spring St
Nearest Transit: Spring St-6th Ave (Lines: C,E)
+1 212 691-130
New York City Fire Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
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