Housed in what used to be the original home of Hook and Ladder Co. No. 3, this 1907 firehouse-turned-museum pays homage to the brave firefighters of the great city of Dallas. With over a century’s worth of history represented in over 2,000 different items, there won’t be a shortage of things to look at, and with everything from the original dormitories to the brass pole, whether you’re in the fire service (in which case we’d like to thank you) or you’re hub-high to a fire engine, you’re sure to have a great time rooting around in firefighting history at Dallas’s Firefighters Museum.
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