Fire Museum of Memphis

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Basic Information

Address: 118 Adams Avenue, Memphis, TN
Phone Number: 9016365650
Director: Kimberly Crafton

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Fire Museum of Memphis
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Additional Information

Days and Hours: Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The goal of the museum is to teach fire safety and prevention to school children from K - 12 annually with its education program which includes a tour program as well as an in-school-program. In order to serve these students, the museum provides the program at a minimal charge, along with free materials. The museum's education program is the most effective tool to teach fire safety.
Inside the museum, residents of west Tennessee as well as tourists visiting Memphis can view a combination of historic equipment and artifacts, interactive exhibits, educational exhibits. The museum also hosts an archive that is a repository of Memphis fire history and is available to historians and the fire industry.

Grade Levels:
Group Type: All
Disabled Access:

Museum is wheelchair accessible

Admission/Tickets: Adults $10, Seniors $9, Children age 3 - 17 $8, Children under 2 Free.
Food: No food or drink is allowed in the museum.
Length of Visit: 1.5 - 2 hours
Max. Group Number: 60
Gift Shop/Factory Outlet: Gift Shop Available
Reservations Needed: Yes
Mission Statement:

The mission of the Fire Museum of Memphis is to promote the education of fire and life safety, to reduce injury, life-loss and property loss related to fire; and to recognize and preserve the heritage of the fire service and its contribution to the community.