Fire Services Museum

Fire Services Museum

Located in the old head office of the Melbourne Fire Brigade, the award-winning museum was opened in 1979 to provide a home and focus for the history of fire fighting services in the Victoria.

The Museum includes a collection of over 4,000 fire related items collected both nationally and internationally and including Country Fire Authority, and Metropolitan Fire Brigade, fire appliances, personnel histories, memorabilia and associated items.

The Award Winning Museum offers:

Australia's largest collection of fire brigade memorabilia including a year round display of vintage fire vehicles and other appliances, helmets, 18th century uniforms, badges, models, and much more
over 10,000 fire related items collected both nationally and internationally
historical photos of firefighters and fires of the past
a shop with fire fighting memorabilia for young and old
fire fighting demonstrations on several days throughout the year (bookings required)

The Fire Services Museum Victoria has two locations. The main Museum Display Area is conveniently located in 39 Gisborne Street, East Melbourne. The Restoration Workshops are located in Newport and are open to the public by appointment.

❊ What's On ❊

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❊ Address ❊

 ⊜  39 Gisborne Street, East Melbourne 3002 View Map
 ✆ Telephone: (03) 9662 2907
39 Gisborne Street,East MelbourneVictoria(03) 9662 2907

❊ Web Links ❊

Fire Services Museum

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