Tickets to the Denver Firefighters Museum

About Denver Firefighters Museum

The Denver Firefighters Museum is open five days a week, Tuesday through Saturday, from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM. The museum is closed on Mondays, Sundays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day, and New Year’s Eve and Day.  

The museum is worth visiting at any time. In addition to the permanent exhibition, it features occasional special events and various activities for children, such as Firehouse Tales for Tots on the third Tuesday of every month at 10:00 AM.  

  • Plunge into the history of firefighting in Denver 

The museum is housed in the impressive 1909-built former fire station, one of Denver’s Landmarks, and tells a story of Denver’s courageous firefighters. You can admire the massive collection of vintage fire trucks and explore early and modern tools and safety equipment.   

  • Imagine yourself as a firefighter

The museum offers a fascinating glimpse into their day-to-day life and houses fantastic interactive areas. Children can dress up in firefighting gear, slide down a fire pole, play in a firetruck, and handle real firefighting tools.  

The Denver Firefighters Museum is located in downtown Denver at 1326 Tremont Place. It is easily accessed via public transportation. You can take bus route 16 to W Colfax Ave & Tremont Pl. If you prefer light rail, take the H or D line to Theatre District – Convention Center Station and then take a short walk down 14th Street. 

FAQ about Denver Firefighters Museum

A ticket to the Denver Firefighters Museum costs $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, military, and firefighters, and $7 for children aged 2–12. Admission is free for members and kids under two years of age.