Stepping into Firefighting History

Date: 5/3/2024
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Learning From the Past to Save Lives in the Future” – Step inside the 1908 restored City of Columbus Fire Station #16, where we pay tribute to our firefighter’s past, present, and future. Through a collection of hand-drawn, horse-drawn, and motorized apparatus, visitors can retrace the steps of firefighters and learn about their day-to-day lives in the engine house. For this event, we will feature interactive displays and hands-on fire training, that pair up a 19th-century citizens’ water brigade with a modern-day fire engine. All guests are also offered a chance to participate in our fire safety education program.

Price: $8 Adults, $7 Children, $6 Seniors, $3 per person – up to 4 people – Museums For All participants.
Registration: No registration required
Parking Information: There are hourly paid meters behind the building, Flat rate parking beside the building and hourly street parking using the Cbus Park App.

  • Venue : 260 N 4th St, Columbus, OH 43215

Host Information:

Central Ohio Fire Museum

260 N 4th St, Columbus, OH 43215

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