Fireman's Hall Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
147 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106| Map |
The Fireman's Hall Museum is located in a restored firehouse and dedicated to teaching visitors about the history and heroism of Philadelphia's firefighters.
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I went here because it is free. You can donate (and do it, give a dollar at least ya cheap Bastid!) but you're not looked at cross eyed if you don't. I wasn't expecting much maybe some old stuff that had been in someone's attic for a while or something. Imagine my surprise when I found an original firehouse with some serious, detailed history on firefighting in America! Now I come from a long line of rubber-neckers when it comes to fires. I love watching them (without getting in the way of course,) and seeing the fire trucks racing and screaming to an emergency. And this place was a veritable smorgasbord of Firefighting history, techniques, exhibits and artifacts that I've never seen anywhere else. I learned...