Aurora Regional Fire Museum

Aurora, Ill.


53 N. Broadway
Aurora, Ill. 60505
(630) 256 - 4140
Hours: 12-4 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 10-4 Saturday. Groups by appointment.
Admission: $5, $3 kids

Located in Aurora's 1894 Central Fire Station, the museum features a variety of interactive exhibits designed to educate and entertain children, families, and firefighters. "Getting There, Getting Water, Getting Rescued" reveals 150 years of fire fighting history. Pass a leather fire bucket, see fire horse stalls and turn in a fire alarm, complete with ringing bells and a ticker-tape. See and hear how modern fire apparatus clears the streets with sirens, air horns, and devices that change traffic lights green. Watch vintage film clips of firefighting on video touch-screens and view antique fire apparatus. Check the website for special events, group tour party info.

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