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This is one of the best old fire stations I've been in! whether you're in the fire service or not, the meticulous restoration of the engines, both of which run and pump (according to the guys working there) is amazing. Once one of the guys...More
I visited the smaller LAFD museum in San Pedro, not the one in Hollywood. Coming from a fire department family, all of the artifacts and vehicles were really interesting to me and I loved looking at all of the old pictures, especially the ones of...More
We stopped at the museum for a morning visit. It is a converted firehouse turned into a museum and it is cool if you love all things related to fire depts, trucks or fire fighting. There are around 10 restored antique fire trucks and they...More
I'd always been curious about this museum. I'd driven by it so many times. Finally I stopped in and took the tour. I loved seeing the old ambulances and vehicles. This would be a Terrific place to take kids. There is so much opportunity to...More
I recently visited the LAFD Historical Society's Memorial and Museum on Fire Service Day. Coincidentally, it was the same day as their Annual Pancake Breakfast. The two-story of Fire Station was filled with all kinds of memorabilia from original fire department badges to beautifully restored...More
The place is interesting in it's own right, but we went on the Saturday of the Oscars, half of Hollywood was shut down, and we were the only people visiting this place. On the one hand, a total shame, because it's full of history and...More
I was lucky enough to find this gem in Hollywood. we went to go visit to see all of the fire trucks and history that they have to offer and it did not disappoint. even though my children I had been to a lot of...More
This review is about the LAFD Museum housed in the old San Pedro City Hall on Harbor Blvd. It is also part of the LAFD Historical Society. Old FS 36 houses a treasure of LAFD history, mostly related to San Pedro and it's harbor. It...More
We thought this would be a neat quick stop while in downtown L.A.
You'll recognize the building... you've seen it on TV. The historic building is full of artifacts and equipment from over the years. Some of the equipment is impressive. But I felt this...More
On Cahuenga Blvd., just south of Sunset Blvd., sits Old Fire Station #27. For the past ten years, it's been the home of the Los Angeles Fire Department Historical Society's Fallen Firefighters Memorial and Museum. The original building, circa 1930, was completely restored after the...More
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Hollywood undoubtedly conjures up images of movie stars and high-end lifestyles, and to this day, tourists flock here from around the world to see the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame, Chinese Theatre and to catch a glimpse of the famed Hollywood sign up close. Celebrity impersonators and crowds give these areas the feeling of an amusement park while many clubs and hotels fill up around the weekends for late-night
partying - the Hollywood club scene is a haven for thumping music and table-side bottle service. But parties aren’t the only way to enjoy this area, many visitors come to the neighborhood to sit back with a picnic to watch a performance at the Hollywood Bowl and those looking to stay fit trek along nature trails in the Hollywood hills and in Griffith Park.