Roseville Fire Museum

Once completed the Fire Museum will be open to the public. Photographs, fire equipment, and other memorabilia will be on display.

The Old Town Firehouse was built in the 1920’s and operated as a fire station until the 1960’s. The Roseville Historic Fire Museum committee plans to restore the fire station to a museum and public fire and emergency education center. Once completed the Fire Museum will be open to the public. Photographs, fire equipment, and other memorabilia will be on display.

  • Hours Closed to public for renovations; Opening TBA
  • Address 400 Lincoln Street, Roseville, CA 95678
  • Phone 916-538-1809
  • Website Roseville Fire Museum
Located just down the street from the Carnegie Library Museum!

 

 

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