Los Angeles County Fire Museum
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is a State of California non-profit organization. One of the museum’s first donated pieces was the famous Squad 51 from the hit television show “Emergency!” Come & see antique fire engines – artifacts dating to the 1860s.
Los Angeles County Fire Museum Admission:
Los Angeles County Fire Museum Hours:
Wednesday – Saturday 9 am – 2 pm
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