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Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting

6101 E van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008-3421
+1 602-275-3473
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Amazing and Educational Museum

Absolutely a hidden treasure for museums sake. Give yourself time and see this museum. Beautiful... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
JeffSuzette
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Phoenix, Arizona
Largest in the World

This is the largest Firefighting museum in the world with memorabilia from all over the world... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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The world's largest firefighting museum chronicles the history of the profession and commemorates fallen firefighters.
  • Excellent70%
  • Very good23%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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6101 E van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008-3421
Camelback East
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely a hidden treasure for museums sake. Give yourself time and see this museum. Beautiful older wagons from past to present. Take time at the 911 honor for FDNY. Very clean and well presented. Very well done!!!

Thank JeffSuzette
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is the largest Firefighting museum in the world with memorabilia from all over the world though mainly the US and England. The one Japanese truck and paraphernalia was very interesting. The memorial hall to the fallen firefighters were very touching especially the area about...More

Thank jehenson81
Reviewed 31 October 2017

I've been wanting to see this for a couple of years and finally was in the area to do so. I found this museum quite interesting, a bit small but, still very, very nice. I found the volunteers to be friendly and knowledgeable. I went...More

Thank AZboyinWI
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

This was my second visit, there is a lot to take in, kids of all ages will love it As a fire fighter, I appreciated the opportunity to see an expansive part of history in one place The displays were well thought out and the...More

Thank CM1401
Reviewed 11 October 2017

This museum will interest almost all kids, and hopefully, almost all adults. We have taken our grandkids here, and their delight was quite obvious. The kids have an opportunity to don firefighter's gear and sit in a fire truck. On one occasion, we were there...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

My 3 years old loves Firefighters and their trucks so he had a great time there! Fantastic collection, only regret is there is only 1 truck where he could jump in. Still a small and cute museum.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Great museum, lots of interesting and antique pieces. Informative guide was provided for use when walking through. Volunteers we met were very nice

Thank stephencR7956VP
Reviewed 7 October 2017

Went here with my family (wife and two boys 7 and 9). They have lots of great exhibits. Lots of very old fire trucks (19th century) and some newer including one that the kids can play on. There is a tribute room to fallen and...More

Thank PickeringMikeReid
Reviewed 9 September 2017

Little hard to find, worth the trouble. If firetrucks are your interest, this is the place. They have almost 100 firetrucks from the last hundred years. The aisles are wide to go through and take your time. Firetrucks from other countries as well. There are...More

Thank enjoyslife3
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Fascinating collection of firefighting apparatus, helmets, and other historical equipment - and a great memorial to the men and women that sacrificed their lives in an attempt to save others. You will see the entire history from hand drawn ladders and steam engines to a...More

Thank NAFC19
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55kmack
7 February 2016|
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Response from laxmom2mom | Reviewed this property |
The group I went with were 8 year old boys. They had activities that were age group we brought. There are "firetrucks" through the ages but mostly for looking not touching. I hope this helps.
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Leslie F
13 March 2015|
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Response from Loreen P | Reviewed this property |
Hall of Flame Admission (subject to change): Adults: $6.00 (This is the price I remember in the past year, but others here say $7; therefore other prices may have gone up) Students (6-17): $4.00 Children (3-5): $1.50... More
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