Explore two floors of memorabilia and learn powerful stories about the triumphs and tragedies that have shaped the Winnipeg fire service of today.
1882 Hand-drawn Hose Reel Wagon; 1900 Horse Drawn Hose Wagon; 1882 “Alex Logan” Ronald Steamer; 1928 LaFrance Pump; 1930 LaFrance Pimp; and, a 1966 Mack C125 Pumper.
Some of the museums most prized artifacts are items belonging to Chief “Fighting Billy Code”, including his personal writing desk, speaking trumpet, diary, Bible, and numerous articles from his exciting career.
The Winnipeg Firefighters Museum is located in Treaty One Territory, the home and traditional lands of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), Ininew (Cree), and Dakota peoples, and in the National Homeland of the Red River Métis. Our drinking water comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, in Treaty Three Territory.
Your Donations Keep Our Engines Running
The Winnipeg Firefighters Museum aims to entertain and educate our visitors about the current processes and historical stories of the fire service. The museum relies on your donations in order to continue with the mission of the Winnipeg Firefighters Historical Society. Please follow the link below to make a secure, charitable donation.
Winnipeg Firefighters Museum
56 Maple Street / Honourary Firefighter Way
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Charitable Registration # 119232957RR0001
Phone: (1) 204-942-4817
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