Key West Firehouse Museum

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The Museum

Located in Key West’s Firestation No. 3, built in 1907, the Key West Firehouse Museum is aptly housed in one of the oldest firehouses in all of Florida.

The Firehouse Museum’s stated mission is to preserve the history and legacy of firefighting on the island of Key West. With their many exhibits, the museum is a great place to learn more about firefighting through the decades, as well as seeing old fire engines and alarm systems from the early 20th century.


1024 Grinnell St, Key West, FL 33040

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