The Tampa Firefighters Museum is open by appointment only Mon-Fri (10A-2P)
Event space rentals are being accepted. Go to Firehouse Rental link above for more info
Step Inside The Tampa Firefighters Museum
The mission of the Tampa Firefighters Museum, Inc. is to preserve the heritage of the Tampa Fire Department and promote life safety education and fire prevention within the community.
The vision of the Tampa Firefighters Museum, Inc. is to preserve the rich history, culture, and significance of the Tampa Fire Department by sharing real-life events, exhibits, and life safety education while ensuring our future by encouraging the next generation to pursue the fire service as a profession.
The Tampa Firefighters Museum, Inc. is a non profit organization that was established in 1997 with the purpose of preserving the history of the Tampa Fire Department and its members and providing fire safety education and emergency awareness to the local community.
The Tampa Firefighters Museum, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and contributions are tax-deductible for income, gift, and estate taxes.
Built in 1911, the historic structure that houses the Tampa Firefighters Museum served as headquarters for the Tampa Fire Department Station until 1978 when its modern-day replacement opened across the street.
During its active service years, this building presided over the 63-year transformation from horse-drawn apparatus to diesel-powered rescue and firefighting vehicles.