Ring the alarm, because we're off to the Oklahoma Firefighters Museum!
Founded back in 1967, the Oklahoma Firefighters Museum is home to an incredible collection of antique fire apparatus, as well as equipment, with some dating all the way back to the mid-1700s!
How amazing is that?
A highlight of the collection is actually the first fire station built in, what was then, Oklahoma Territory in 1869 - wow!
Also within the museum exhibits are the world's LARGEST fire department patch collection, as well as The Last Alarm - a one-of-a-kind mural.
Did you know that Benjamin Franklin has a history with the firefighting department too? Well, visit the Oklahoma Firefighters Museum to find out what the connection is! There are also a number of items representing the birth of the oldest fire department in the USA.
Kids can see artifacts from the London Fire Brigade, and of course real life fire trucks that showcase the change in design across the years - with the oldest dating from the very early 1900s!
There are bunker coats on display that range before WWII, and run through to the present day, and even a small replica of an old firehouse with an alarm system that is still in working condition.
How do you think a fire alarm was sent, received and dispatched in the early days of the 20th century? Visit the museum to find out!
Grab those firefighting hats kids, because we're off to the Oklahoma Firefighters Museum where you can show just how brave you really are!