The Fire Fighters Museum

Winnipeg, MB

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Address: 56 Maple St, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0Y8, Canada How do we get there? Number: 204-942-4817
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The Fire Fighters Museum offers an extensive collection of vintage fire apparatus, artifacts, pictures and information about the history of fire fighting in the city of Winnipeg and it's suburbs. Dedicated to the Winnipeg Fire Fighters, both past and present, their families and friends, we offer you a glimpse of what fire fighting was like from 1882 to the present day.

On display you'll find lots of vehicles all in excellent condition. Including the 1882 Roanld Steamer, 1928 LaFrance, 1966 Mack and so many more. See some of the most prized artifacts belonging to Chief Fighting Billy Code, which includes a writing desk, speaking trumpet, diary and lots of articles from his career. His total service time was 39 years and 10 months. 

The museum is a learning centre for fire safety and awareness for children and adults. they collection materials and artifacts relating to the local fire service and preserve as much as they can to encourage public interest in fire service history. 

The archive consists of a 2000 book library and over 10,000 photos and slides of fire scenes and more dating back to 1882. There's all a collection of interviews with senior retired fire fighters and lots more that provide an educational learning experience. 

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Admission is by donation



Admission is by donation


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The main floor is wheelchair accessible.

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