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If you've got kids that dream about becoming a fireman or you have visitors coming and you have already taken them to countless other locations, then why not visit one of these fire-fighter museums in the area?

Musée des Sapeurs-Pompiers de la Ville de Genève
1bis, rue du Stand
1204 Genève
022 418 71 81
The history of Geneva Fire Fighters since 1840. Fire trucks and artifacts over 1,000m2 of exhibits on 3 levels. Open Wednesday and Sunday 10h-12h and 13h30-16h. Note: Closed during holidays, the end-of-year holiday, and July and August. Free entry. Click here to load their brochure.


Le Musée Departemental des Sapeurs Pompiers
Association La Pompe à Bras
Domaine de Guidou
74140 Sciez
0033/450 72 39 68
Fire-fighter’s museum. Discover the trucks, the protective gear, and the equipment used from 1900 to the present! Last chance to visit through September! Open May, June, and September on weekends and holidays from 14h-18h. July and August open Monday to Sunday 10h30-19h. Private groups can make reservations any time of the year. Price: €5.-/adult, €3.50/children.

Musée Departemental des Sapeurs Pompiers
La Remise
380, av. des Alpes
01170 Gex
0033/450 20 86 97
Fire fighters’ museum. Discover fire engines, equipment, etc. from the 1800’s to present day. Open May through September on Saturday from 9h-12h and 14h-18h. Open July and August on Wednesday and Sunday 14h-18h. Price: €5.-/adult, €3.-/age 5-15.

Musée des sapeurs-pompiers de Passy-le-Fayet
87 Rue du Plan
74190 Passy, France
0033/676 87 58 02
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If you are in the Mont Blanc area, and are near this town, then enjoy this history museum of the fire department. Open to all on the 1st Saturday of the month all year or by appointment, free of charge.

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