Texas Fire Museum
TFM displays over 500 examples of vintage equipment and tools. They operate the world’s largest collection of warning signals, including rotating beacons, flashing lights, and sirens.
TFM is housed in the old Dallas Fire Department Maintenance Facility. The facility was restored by volunteers. Today, the Museum is a spectacular 125,000 square feet complex of exhibition halls, offices, and shops.
TFM is one of the few truly working museums in the nation. They have comprehensive capabilities to maintain, repair, and restore historic fire apparatus.
Open: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10am – 2pm *temporarily closed*
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