Open Tuesday - Saturday,
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Children 3-12: $7.00
Children Under 3: FREE
1326 Tremont Place, Denver, Colorado 80204, United States
Museum etiquette, accessibility, and more
The Denver Firefighters Museum holds the safety of its staff, volunteers, and visitors as a top priority. Unfortunately, this means that we occasionally need to make the difficult decision to close the museum due to circumstances like inclement weather.
We deeply apologize for any inconveniences these types of closures may cause our visitors. We do not take closing the museum lightly. We will always post notice of closures here on our website and on our Facebook and Instagram as quickly as possible. We appreciate your continued patience and understanding.
Yes! We accept credit, debit, and cash. We no longer offer online tickets. All admissions are sold via in-museum payment or through a library pass. We do not accept bills over $50.
We are so excited to partner with local library districts to offer free admission passes to library card holders. Once you have reserved your pass (Culture Pass, Adventure Pass, Exploration Pass, etc.) through your local library, you will receive an email with your reservation information (library district, date reserved, etc.). Please present this email (printed or digitally on your phone) to our Museum Staff at the admissions desk when you check in. Each pass is limited to 4 people and general admission only. Library passes may not be used for museum programs or events.
Please note: Library passes are intended for family-use only. The Museum will only accept one library pass (good for up to 4 people) per group. If you are planning to bring a group to visit the Museum, please make sure to reserve your time and date with the Education and Outreach Coordinator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! We have several areas for children to interact throughout both floors of the Museum. Learn more about our interactives by clicking on the red button below.
Yes, you can absolutely bring your stroller in with you. The first floor exhibits are stroller-friendly, but the Museum does not have elevator access to the second floor exhibits due to our nature as a historic building. When you are ready to leave your stroller behind, Museum staff will ask for you to park it in front of a white bay door at the front of the first floor. Staff will keep an eye on the stroller while you continue to explore the Museum.
Unfortunately, we do not offer parking at the Museum for visitors. There are several metered parking spots along Tremont Place and paid parking lots near the Museum.
Masks are now optional while visiting the Musuem. We will follow the City of Denver COVID-19 guidelines.
No. If you are looking for a tour for 10 people or more for a school, children's or adult day care, school camp, or summer camp please email email@example.com for a quote and to reserve your time at least 2 weeks in advance. You can also click the button below to learn more about the Museum's Field Trip and Group Tour program.