San Antonio's big, old Central Fire Station behind the Alamo is now home to a first rate fire museum. The place is full of historical equipment, photographs, restored vehicles, and real retired (unrestored) firefighters. The place is clean and shining. The retired firefighter volunteers are friendly and welcoming. They’re happy to let you wander on your own or give you a free guided tour. They let the kids get on the back of the trucks and even ring the bell or hit the alarm to signal an emergency. The admission “suggested donations” are low ($3-4 if I remember correctly). What a fun place! We will go back for sure!
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