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Connecticut Fire Museum

58 North Rd, East Windsor, CT 06088-9606
+1 860-623-4732
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Hidden Collection of Fire Trucks and Equipment

This is hidden behind the CT Trolley Museum. It showcases old firetrucks with equipment... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2016
brando16a
,
hartford CT
Cute little attraction

Admission to this museum is included with admission to the Trolley museum. It is a cute little... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2016
Donna M
,
Bellmawr, New Jersey
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  • Average30%
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58 North Rd, East Windsor, CT 06088-9606
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+1 860-623-4732
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

This is hidden behind the CT Trolley Museum. It showcases old firetrucks with equipment. Unfortunately, you cannot touch anything, great place to visit if you are at the Trolley Museum.

Thank brando16a
Reviewed 11 August 2016

Admission to this museum is included with admission to the Trolley museum. It is a cute little exhibit. It is small but packed full of vintage fire engines and memorabilia.

1  Thank Donna M
Reviewed 6 July 2016

The Fire Museum is in a building behind the Trolley Museum. Your ticket to the trolley museum includes the fire museum.It has a nice collection of old fire trucks and some memorabilia. .

1  Thank LolaGirl
Reviewed 5 July 2016

This museum is housed in the Connecticut Trolley Museum so its 2 for the price of 1. They are from all over the country and well restored. Thier are all shapes and sizes from different periods of time. I went to see the trolley cars...More

1  Thank royandavis
Reviewed 1 May 2016

Way off the beaten path is a gem of vintage firetrucks. Hidden behind the trolley museum is a trove of equipment. Cool story boards. Easy access and ample parking.

2  Thank Steve P
Reviewed 12 April 2016

One building houses old fire trucks, for viewing, along with 3 buses. There are placards to read regarding the history of each. It's self guided, and no one was on hand to answer questions. I enjoyed seeing the old trucks, but it just looks like...More

Thank MEEEK
Reviewed 5 August 2015

Not a huge display of apparatus and equipment but what they do have is very nice. I hope they can add a few more pieces to the inventory and hope they can expand the museum space. Definitely worth taking a look at in conjunction with...More

1  Thank mwar1
Reviewed 15 June 2015

At the same location of the CT Trolley Museum, but in separated building, this little warehouse stores a great amount of antique fire trucks and memorabilia. Although it was open, they were doing some renovations to make room for more displays.

1  Thank Bluetrekkie
Reviewed 6 October 2014

The Connecticut Fire Museum is right behind the Trolley Museum and is covered in the same ticket price. The Trolley Museum was unfortunately disappointing, but I liked this one much better. Still, there were some issues that need fixing. The good news is that the...More

Thank Jim L
Reviewed 28 July 2014

A great take and you get to ride the ancient trolleys as well and you will see other public transportation equipment as well in various states of repair.

1  Thank steven d
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