Tampa Firefighters Museum

By Joe Lazala May 13, 2021

The Tampa Firefighters Museum Has So Much History!

The Tampa Firefighters Museum was built in 1911 and has so much history packed into it.  The friendly staff will greet you on your way in and you may even see some firefighters stop by from the current firehouse across the street.  The Museum also offers audio tours to add to your experience.  The museum provides a great chronological experience that offers visitors a view of how firefighters and their equipment have evolved over the years. The kid's area provides a spot for kids to use their imaginations while learning about fire safety at home.  While the museum is FREE for all, they do accept donations that help preserve this awesome gem in our area. Donate here.

9/11 Firefighter Memorial

Firefighter Museum Store

Kid's spot for imagination and learning about fire safety at home

Contact the Tampa Firefighters Museum To Schedule Your Family Adventure!

The Tampa Firefighters Museum is located at 720 E Zack Street Tampa, FL 33602. The Museum is open  Monday - Friday from 10 AM - 2 PM

Contact the museum here to schedule your family adventure.


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