Red Bank, NJ
2 Parents Love It!
278 Spring Street between
New York, New York 10013
The New York City Fire Museum occupies a renovated 1904 Beaux-Arts firehouse built in for Engine Company 30. The original apparatus doors, Housewatch entrance, stone floor, brass sliding pole and hose tower remind visitors of the building former role.
Permanent and temporary exhibitions document the evolution of firefighting technology, beginning with the early bucket brigades, and depict the traditions and romantic lore of firefighting.
The Museum's third floor loft is the perfect place to host your next special event! The space may be rented by individuals, businesses and organizations for meetings, birthday parties, weddings and more! The T-shape like Commissioner's Room offers over 3,000 square feet of hardwood floors, high ceilings and exposed red brick walls.