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My hubby being a 40 plus year volunteer fireman, he had to go. It is interesting and they have quite a lot of fire memorabilia. I would suggest if you are interested in fire related , this is the place to visit.
I went with my 6 years old son and I can tell that this place is wonderful for all ages.
They have a playground for kids, they can put the hemlet the pants and go in the fire truck to take a picture.
We stopped here on a family visit. It was a very nice stop with a wonderful display for all ages. The firefighters in the family really enjoyed the trucks and equipment. There were displays and things for the kids to do as well. It included...More
I found this place on trip advisor and we thought we would check it out. We are glad we did! Great to see how much they appreciate our first responders! They have a very nice memorial behind the building! Children who likes fire trucks will...More
I am a 911 Dispatcher in Nebraska so of course this was a must stop place to visit in Kearney. It is managed by a fireman for fireman. They have a Caddilac Ambulance that was recently retired by a volunteer department on display along with...More
My grandson had a lot of fun making the siron sound and got to ring the bell he also enjoyed playing inside the firetruck and putting on the firefighter outfit and hat.. There are alot of nice pictures and firetrucks to enjoy..
If you have someone in the family or a friend who is a fire fighter you need to see this museum. It is not big nor is it expensive to visit. It has a 1973 caddy ambulance that was still in use till a few...More
This small museum is packed with history and memorabilia that does get changed out yearly. That allows for repeat visits.
Good for kids too, because of the fire prevention and safety tips within the museum. Very kid friendly. also, has a quality Memorial Garden behind...More