Set in fire station #1 just off Speer Blvd., the unique Denver Firefighters Museum is housed in a beautiful 1909 firehouse and showcases a century of historical artifacts and family interactive areas that can be found by following firefighters’ bootprints.
On the main level, there are historic artifacts showing the process of firefighting and suppression throughout history in Denver and beyond.
The second level includes a rotating exhibit, Denver firefighters throughout time and a kid’s activity teaching them how to escape a home on fire. Hands-on activities are limited at this time.
IMPORTANT! Currently, to visit the museum you should make a reservation ahead of time on the website. However, walk-in visits are now accepted. You must wear a face covering when you visit.
Denver Firefighters Museum, 1326 Tremont Pl., Denver, 303-892-1436
Tuesday to Saturday: Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Sunday & Monday and major holidays.
Seniors (65+) & Students (w/ID): $8
Juniors 2-12: $6
Children 4 & under: Free
Unfortunately, the Museum does not have parking available for guests. The best parking option when visiting the museum is metered street parking. There are meters on both sides of the street throughout the immediate area that cost $1 per hour with a 2 hour limit.
For longer term parking, you may use one of the many pay parking lots within close walking distance. Their prices vary between $5-12 for daily rates. Please do not park in front of the Museum in the spots marked ‘Staff Parking Only’ as you may be ticketed and/or towed.