Exploring the Galleries

Gallery I

Within Gallery I is a 50-seat theater where visitors can view a 10 minute video introducing all of the exhibit galleries.

In addition, Gallery I contains over 30 manual and horse drawn pieces of apparatus, dating from 1725 to 1890.  They are American, English, French, and Japanese.

There are a wide variety of engines, ladder wagons, parade carriages, hose wagons, chemical wagons, a fire sled or “pung”, an aerial ladder wagon, and steam powered engines.

Also on exhibit are lithographs, engravings, prints, and paintings. There is a fine display of over 100 insurance fire marks from all over the world.

Our Collections

For specific information on the museum’s major holdings, select a category below.

Fire Alarm Systems


Fire Extinguishers

Hand and Horse Drawn

Fire Helmets

Motorized Fire

Additional Fire Related Objects in Our Collection

Hall of Flame’s collection of graphic materials includes lithographs, prints, engravings, arm patches, paintings, and photographs.

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