HISTORY OF OUR MUSEUM
The Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting
The Hall of Flame Museum, located in Phoenix, Arizona, is home to the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes and has almost an acre of fire history exhibits, over 100 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus on display (dating from 1725 to 2004), a children’s area, and museum gift shop. While most of our collection focuses on the American firefighting experience, we also have fire apparatus and related artifacts from England, France, Austria, Germany, and Japan. The Hall of Flame Museum is sponsored by the National Historical Fire Foundation.
Students & Groups
Restored & Expanded
HALL OF HEROES
Dedicated to Valor
Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting
Who We Are
George F. Getz, Jr. founded the Hall of Flame Museum in 1961. He organized the National Historical Fire Foundation as a 501(c) non profit organization to promote the programs of a museum which he named the Hall of Flame.
Hall of Flame
The museum adds to the collection by means of donations and, on occasion, purchases.
The museum also occasionally solicits the loan of objects for temporary exhibits.
Fire Alarm Systems
Hand and Horse Drawn
Additional Fire Related Objects in Our Collection
Hall of Flame’s collection of graphic materials includes lithographs, prints, engravings, arm patches, paintings, and photographs.
Membership fees provide us with the funds to keep our programs in operation, including exhibits, educational programs, and the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes. We also offer a number of useful benefits to our members, such as a quarterly member newsletter which recognizes all of our members. Our Annual Family Membership costs just $40 and includes free admission for the member’s spouse, children and grandchildren under the age of 18.
We Look Forward to Your Visit
Whether you would like to experience Hall of Flame with your family, a group of students or arrange an after hours event, we hope you will enjoy our collection.
6101 East Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Tuesday through Saturday
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Monday - Open for tours of 8 or more by reservation