Firehouse Museum

Firehouse Museum

From the first Hand Cart to the Modern Engine and everything in between. Models of progression, throughout the years in New Zealand and around the World. Uniforms, Badges, Helmets, Equipment and Full Size Engines on Display. This is the largest publicly owned display of Fire Memorabilia in Northland, New Zealand.

Highlights

  • Featuring 9 Full size Fire Engines from as early as 1939.

  • 1200 Model Fire Appliances used during 1800's to modern day.

  • Uniforms, Patches and Badges from around the World.

  • Children's activities and Selfie opportunities.

  • Open 7 Days 9am - 5pm

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Full Description

From the first Hand Cart to the Modern Engine and everything in between. 

Models and Photos of progression throughout the years in New Zealand and around the World. 
Uniforms, Badges, Helmets, Equipment and Full Size Engines on Display. 
This is the largest publicly owned display in Northland, New Zealand.
 
500 square meters of Fire Service History. 

Includes

Donation - Adults $10.00

Family $25.00

Children $5.00

Meeting Point

22 Rankin Street, Kaikohe.

Down the drive, tucked in behide the industrial building is the carpack.

Open 7 Days 9am - 5pm

 

Additional Information

Bring your camera. We encourage Selfies

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