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Come explore historic Old Fire Station No. 1. Built in 1909 and used as a working fire station until 1975, this building is witness to a fascinating history. From the hand-drawn equipment of the 1800s to the motorized rigs we see today, the Denver Firefighters Museum tells the rich story of firefighting in Denver and beyond through its world class collection of historic firefighting equipment.

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Story Site # 57 Fire Station No 1

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Address

1326 Tremont Place
Denver, CO 80204

Phone

303.892.1436

Hours

Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm

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