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Firefighter Hall And Museum

Firefighter Hall And Museum

The establishment was opened by Captain Bill and bonnie Daniels. Today, it continues to provide visitors with the excitement of firefighting history. The museum cares for a horse-drawn pumper, a beautiful brass stream-powered fire engine, fire trucks from the 1930s, and many more fire trucks and fire engines dating back 100 years. Visitors can participate in a number of hands-on activities including pumping water, operating a fire alarm telegraph system, and pretending to drive a ladder truck. During April through October, a ride in a fire truck is included with admission.

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