New York City Fire Museum

278 Spring St.
New York, NY 10013- Map It
(212) 691-1303

AAA Editor Notes

New York City Fire Museum, 1 blk. n. of the Holland Tunnel at 278 Spring St. between Hudson & Varick sts., occupies a 1904 Beaux Arts-style firehouse. Permanent and temporary exhibitions document the evolution of firefighting technology, beginning with the early bucket brigades, and depict the traditions and romantic lore of firefighting. A permanent memorial exhibit honors members of the FDNY who died Sept. 11, 2001. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$8; $5 (ages 0-12, ages 65+ and students with ID).
Hours: Daily 10-5. Closed major holidays.