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A small museum run by volunteers but they have packed in a tremendous amount of kit and memorabilia, thus doing the firefighters a great service. Free entry, but donations requested and please do as they plough it all back into running this little gem of...More
Date of experience: September 2017
2 Thank mojo3040
Ken B, Public Relations Manager at Canadian Fire Fighters Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2017
Thank you very much for your excellent review. It's reviews like this that keep us going! And please tell your friends to visit us!
We took our two grandchildren (3 and 5) to the museum.On entering you cook see their eyes light up at the sight of the big red fire trucks.The staff was most obliging in permitting the kids to explore and sit in the vehicles and share...More
Date of experience: August 2017
2 Thank bryant323
Ken B, Public Relations Manager at Canadian Fire Fighters Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 5 October 2017
Thanks for your review! We love it when children have fun at the museum!
as a retired Toronto fireman I had to check this out in my retirement. A small but impressive collection well worth the visit. Your kids will love it and volunteer staff are very friendly. Unfortunately they are in a loaned municipal building and are now...More
A one of a kind, charming and detailed exhibit. Wonderful artifacts with well written information. Fun activities for kids. Cool and shady. Nice place for a visit and a lunch picnic out front on the tables. Loved the huge fire trucks!!! Will come back again.
If you see this sign on the 401 make sure to drop in and see the wonderful equipment held at this Museum. Every child will love to dress up as their hero. Something to be learned by everyone.
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I hear they are trying to move so they can display more. This is good news. Pay what you can and take your time. The curator has a heart for the firefighting industry and it shows. Informative and well displayed I could see how kids...More