The Nassau County Firefighters Museum is a place to learn all about fire safety while having fun!
Visitors are taken step-by-step through a working fire, from alarm activation and emergency call to the "knocking down" of flames at the scene. The Museum's exhibits also trace the evolution of fire service equipment, gear and apparatus. See real horse drawn fire engines, a SIlsby steamer and even "drive" a 1934 Mack fire engine.
Visitors of all ages will enjoy the interactive, educational experience and leave with important fire safety tips.
Hours: 10:00am to 5:00pm
(last entrance 4:15pm)
Tuesday through Sunday and Mondays that fall on holidays and school breaks. From July until the end of August, the Museum is open 7 days a week!
Ticket prices: $5 for adults and children
The Nassau County Firefighters Museum & Education Center is a registered 501-c-3 not for profit organization.
Your support helps the Museum to uphold its mission to provide fire safety for all.
Not only is the Museum fun, but it is educational too! Great for school field trips, Boy/Girl Scout troops, camps and home school groups.
Special pricing available for school trips.