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Phoenix Fire Museum


category : Museums
Restored fire house dating from 1855 was once home to Phoenix Fire Company. Collection of beautiful steamers and fire engines, dating as early as 19th century, inspire the imagination of the child in everyone.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open Tu-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5.
Address: 203 S. Claiborne St.

Phone: 251-208-7554
Fax: 251-208-7686
Our Website:www.museumofmobile.com

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