Fire engines, sirens and old-fashioned alarm systems all await you at the Fire Museum. Stationed in the historic Royal Fire House. The museum holds collections from the more than 200 years of fire-fighting in York County including horse drawn fire carriages, vintage fire trucks, firefighter uniforms, photographs and much more. Address: 757 West Market Street, York, PA Hours: The Fire Museum is open on Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. April - November.
The building is wheelchair accessible. Directions:
From Route 30: Take North George Street south. Follow N. George St. and make a right onto Philadelphia Street. Continue on Philadelphia St. until you come to a "T". Turn left at the "T" onto Carlisle St. and get into the right-hand lane. The Fire Museum is located on the right at Carlisle and Market St. Ticket Prices:
Ticket cost for all sites of the York County Heritage Trust.
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