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Great birthday party location!

Very interesting place to visit where the kids actually get to touch stuff! My son loved his... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nancy B
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Beaumont, Texas
From the Windows to the Walls

My boys had a blast walking through every inch and crawl space of the fire museum. We loved the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
adamron2018
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Tyler, Texas
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The Fire Museum of Texas is housed in the historic 1927 Central Fire Station for the City of Beaumont. View interactive exhibits for the entire family that trace the history of the fire service in the state of Texas. Our exhibits explore equipment...more
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400 Walnut St, Beaumont, TX, Beaumont, TX 77701-2344
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very interesting place to visit where the kids actually get to touch stuff! My son loved his birthday party here; all the kids did, even the girls! Great staff who made it very interesting for everyone! Many thanks to the terrific employees.

Thank Nancy B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My boys had a blast walking through every inch and crawl space of the fire museum. We loved the fire engine and dress up firemen outfits and the upstairs kid friendly section. Upstairs we found our Uncle on the plague of Beaumont fire fighters, and...More

Thank adamron2018
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Fire Museum is a GREAT place for kids -- especially for birthdays! It's a great place to take kids and let them see how everything works. Also, the huge fire hydrant is a fun picture place

Thank JamPack1965
Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

Great place for family and Firefighters from far off places to visit. They have lots of very old equipment, still in great condition!

Thank Scott N
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Nice museum and awesome park. Nice rendition of fire fighting history. Great park with memorials and largest working fire hydrant in America. Yes it came from Disney ant the remake of 101 Dalmatians but cool nonetheless.

Thank TAMAN1951
Reviewed 16 March 2018

This is a great stop for young kids who get to wear fireman gear and sit in a mock fire engine. They also have several old-time fire engines and an upstairs play area for kids. For adults, they have an almost exhaustive combination of memorabilia...More

Thank Melissa Z
Reviewed 6 February 2018

This museum has artifacts from fire engine history that are fascinating! It doesn’t take long and it’s enjoyable. I think Kids would like it too. Worth your time.

Thank Anita O
Reviewed 15 January 2018

We planned this stop on a recent road trip. It was a good place to stop and stretch your legs and walk around the park outside. The museum was closed the day we were there but the giant fire hydrant and the outdoor memorials were...More

Thank kelroby
Reviewed 1 January 2018

We like seeing oversized items like the hydrant and enjoyed seeing all of the older trucks and equipment. Some items were well explained such as why it is called a fire plug but the communication equipment had little description. There was a section where you...More

Thank cityglow
Reviewed 21 December 2017

Fantastic bit of firefighting history and equipment displays. Also run a first class fire safety camp for youngsters during the summer months as well as some in school outreach.

Thank TexanKen
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