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We have been here a few times over the years for the 9am Saturday morning open house. It's a good opportunity for the kids to climb up into a real fire engine and to see the inside of an ambulance. They usually give out some...More
This is certainly an off the beaten path museum and it's fun to drop in and look around. The gentlemen who runs it is extremely knowledgeable, cordial and very welcoming. You get great insight into how firefighting has evolved in Singapore. It's both fun and...More
We walked passed and popped into the museum to look around. Incredibly interesting and offered such an incredible insight to the work done and the developments into Singapore’s fire service over the years. Segar was incredibly kind and gave us a behind the scenes personalised...More
We touched down in Singapore and rushed to visit the open house of the central fire station. They showed how to operate the hoses, gave briefings on the background of the firefighter's routine, etc.
The museum is interactive and has lots of information and things...More
We happened on this museaum after a frosty welcome at the philanthropic museaum round the corner . This is a gem if a find with all things about the history of Singapore fire fighters . My husband and I and our daughters loved our time...More
Today is my last day on Singapore and I wanted to visit the Central Barracks. I visited the fire department of 26 countries and never closed the door. i thought singapore firefighters with the spirit of welcome for their firefighter friends from other...More
This received the 2002 architectural heritage award.
Now housing the Civil Defence heritage gallery, it opens from 10am - 5pm from Tuesdays to Sundays.
This is along the SG50 Jubilee Walk commemorating 50 years of independence.
I have visited couple of time on this Central Fire station Gallery . This is one of oldest fire station in singapore and the tower was used to observe any fire occur near chinatown area.
This central fire station still in operation and open for...More
This was a welcome Free place to visit, we found it while walking the streets on the 2nd day we were in Singapore. It was air-conditioned (which for a tourist not used to the heat) it was fabulous. I learnt things and saw things I...More