Old Firehouse & Police Museum
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Old Firehouse & Police Museum 402 23rd. Ave. East, Superior, WI
Due to construction in the Captain’s Bedroom and COVID-19, the Old Firehouse & Police Museums will be open by appointment only during Summer 2020. Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Please call (715) 394-5712 or email email@example.com.
Always FREE admission at the last of Superior’s 1890 Fire Halls. Open May through October and by appointment during the winter.
Monday, June 15 - Monday, September 7
The Last of Superior's 1890 Fire Halls
Take a FREE self-guided tour of the historic Old Firehouse and Police Museum. Open by appointment only Monday, June 15 – Monday, September 7, 2020.
Built in 1898, the Old Firehouse originally housed five horse-drawn rigs, including the city’s first steamer. Enjoy a unique look at historic fire-fighting equipment and police memorabilia in the last of Superior’s nineteenth century fire halls!
The self-guided tour includes the first floor, filled with historic fire rigs including the Fire Chief’s nineteenth century horse-drawn buggy, a 1906 Ahrens Steam Pumper, a 1919 LaFrance Ladder Truck, and a 1944 L Model Mack with a Hale pump.
On the second floor see the progression of improvements in typical firefighters’ equipment through the years and visit the State of Wisconsin Police and Fire Hall of Fame installation. Plan to spend at least 45 minutes to tour the museum.
Your donations help support our historical sites and programming for the local community. You may choose to give to the general operating fund, or the museum(s) of your choice, or a specific program or event. Please contact us for more information on how you can help support Superior Public Museums. Superior Public Museums is a 501(c)3.