Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

This museum features extraordinary turn-of-the-century fire engines that were once used in Oklahoma communities. Oklahoma's first fire station is displayed along with the finest specimens of firefighting equipment anywhere. Exhibits relate firefighting through history, from 1730's bucket brigades to the present. Also featured is the Murrah Building bombing memorial. Free admission for children under 6.*
2716 NE 50th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Located just East of the Oklahoma City Zoo and West of I-35. The Softball Hall of Fame is across the street to the North. The Oklahoma Fallen and Living Firefighters Memorial is also located here.
Exploring Oklahoma History
Exploring Oklahoma History

Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum: www.osfa.info/museum/

Oklahoma Fallen and Living Firefighters Memorial: www.osfa.info/memorial/

Open Monday - Saturday 9am - 4:30pm, Sunday 1pm - 4:30pm

The Museum is closed on all major holidays. Please feel free to call ahead to confirm the Museum will be open during your visit!

Admission Rates: Adults $6.00; Seniors (Age 55+) $5.00; Child (Age 6 to 12) $3.00; Children under age 6 are FREE!

* Information from TravelOK.com