Located in historic Old City Philadelphia, the museum is housed in a renovated 1902 firehouse. Fireman’s Hall Museum is one of the nation’s premier fire museums focused on the preservation of Philly fire history and promoting fire safety. Philadelphia is the birthplace of the first volunteer fire companies. In 1736, Benjamin Franklin created the first fire brigade called The Union Fire Company.
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
We are open on the first Friday of each month until 9:00 PM
Closed Sunday, Monday and all city holidays.
Admission is Free and Donations are Appreciated