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Toledo Firefighters Museum, Toledo

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  • A lot to see with a variety of historical exhibits with educational displays. It was very busy with quite a few visitors on the Saturday we were there. The staff provided helpful guidance and... 
    A lot to see with a variety of historical exhibits with educational displays. It was very busy with quite a few visitors on the Saturday we were there. The staff provided helpful guidance and...  more »
  • My father in law is a retired fire fighter and is at the Museum every tue. so many things to see here budget 2-3 hours 
    My father in law is a retired fire fighter and is at the Museum every tue. so many things to see here budget 2-3 hours  more »
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  • If you have small children who love ❀️ to see fire trucks πŸš’, lights and sirens 🚨 going down the street then this museum is the place to visit. There is two floors with firemen artifacts. This museum has several firetrucks on the 1st floor. To answer any questions about the firetrucks. NO 🚫 you cannot sit, climb, or touch any of the trucks. Also on the 1st floor, there is a wall that has several types of fire and police alarms πŸ””, a display that consist of several fire helmets ⛑️, a rack with several firemen coats, a display of firemen badges, and display of hose nozzles. There is a display that shows several fire recuse of brave firefighters saving lives, a display showing the integration of Black Americans firemen πŸš’, and a plague of all the firefighters who passed away while in the line of duty. The second floor is a learning experience floor. The Fire Safety and Education Center allow children and adults to actually role play fire πŸ”₯ encounter in a house 🏠. The training is under the supervision of the Fire Prevention Bureau. Children are taught what to do if they are ever in a fire πŸ”₯ situation such as roll out of bed πŸ›Œ, keep low to the floor in case of smoke and feel the doorπŸšͺwith the back of your hand. When everyone has been trained on all the fire safety rules, it is now time to slide down the fire pole. Welcome to the end of your tour 😁.
  • Very interesting to look around and see the old fire engines. The staff provides great information on the artifacts with some of them who have really worked here when this was a functional fire station. The entry is free but you can make a donation.

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