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The premiere collection of firefighting objects in the world, featuring over 90 pieces of apparatus on display. Children’s activities include creative play on fire engines, interactive activities and the McCadam Cheese Fire Safety Discovery Room.
All reviews horse drawn hands on activities large collection all ages amazing collection fire house in great shape interactive displays on display history buff great history gift shop well worth the visit few hours new york apparatus equipment
My wife and I discovered this wonderful museum on a Sunday morning while touring Hudson, on our way to Olana. We arrived at opening and were the only guests at that early hour. The museum is large. You need well over an hour to navigate...More
We made a side trip to the FASNY Firefighting Museum because s family member is interested in firefighting. This museum has something for everyone, hands on for the little kids in the play areas, fire house room for the bigger kids and kids of all...More
Amazing place near historic Hudson, the Museum was established in 1925. Very unique cars. Great place to bring children of various ages. They have a lot of activity stations for kids and also four real firetrucks for them to explore and play.
This museum is two levels, stairs only, with the lower level having a 1916 American LaFrance to a 1978 Boyer International. Before the LaFrance, is a long 1902 horse drawn Hayes Aerial Ladder. My photos show a total of 19 vehicle on this level. Many...More
Family with a three year old boy visiting Hudson. OMG is this place amazing. It's sprawling, the engines are shiny, and they have really cool stuff for kids.
Our little one got behind the wheel of a truck and drove it to a fire raging...More
It took the visit of a 2-year old to get us to FASNY--what a wonderful discovery! This 50,000 square foot gem holds a vast collection of fire fighting equipment arranged historically/chronologically with excellent explanatory text panels. Good interactives. The highlight for our young visitor were...More