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Again, fee to enter museum. A beautifully looked after place. Nice history of how firefighting, was done in the yesteryears. A few old fire engines. Interesting concept on how water pressure was built before automation. Kids would love to see it, specially little boys.
We happened upon this little museum because we were lost looking for the Red Market. What a pleasant little break away from the hustle and bustle of the casinos! The old fire trucks and authentic fire suits were really interesting. And the fire map gave...More
For a small city they have a Fire Musuem with two immaculate looking Dennis Trucks from the 30's & 60's.
The information they have will certainly keep everyone interested on the Fire Service and what equipment they use.
Well worth the visit.
This is a good place to those who have not seen the old fire truck and equipments. My daughter enjoyed it a lot. What else it's free of charge and good experience for all of us. It's located slightly out skirt if the city; next...More
The First Service Museum (free to visit) is located on Estrada de Coelho do Amaral, a five minute walk from the cluster of World Heritage attractions at Camoes Square. The museum is housed in the easily recognisable 1920's European style building and includes two halls...More
Dennis fire trucks aficionados will be pleased to know that the Macau Fire Services Museum is home to two well preserved historical vehicles from Guildford factory, marked as M-01-25 and M-01-27.
Dennis M-01-27, I believe, is a Low Load 60/70HP model which first saw service...More