Fireman’s Hall Museum

The Fireman's Hall Museum presents and preserves the history of firefighting in Philadelphia, paying tribute to its firefighters, both paid and volunteer, through the museum's exhibits, public programs and award ceremonies. The museum is located at 147 N 2nd Street in Philadelphia.

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Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

We are open on the first Friday of each month until 9:00 pm. Closed Sunday, Monday and all city holidays

Admission Free, Donations appreciated.

When you visit the museum please help us maintain the exhibits with a donation.

Joel Bates Engine Restoration

We are attempting to raise $45,000 for the conservation, stabilization and restoration of the circa 1840 Joel Bastes hand fire engine. Visit our GoFundMe page and help us bring this Philadelphia made engine home.

PFD Kids Zone

Play games and participate in activities to learn about fire safety and how to be prepared in case of an emergency.

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Fire Safety

Tips about fire safety from the Philadelphia Fire Department to help keep you and your family safe in an emergency situation.

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Joel Bates Restoration

Help us raise $45,000 for the restoration of the circa 1840 Joel Bates hand fire engine

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Host your Event at the Museum

Host your event at the Museum! Call Carol Smith at 215-923-1438 to check availability for your birthday party, holiday party, or company event at the beautifully restored Fireman's Hall Museum.