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Fire Museum


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Located in turn-of-the-century firehouse with hand- and horse-pulled firefighting equipment, 1860 steam fire engine, 1915 water tower, antique firefighting items, reference library, gift shop.


Admission: Adults $4, seniors and firefighters $2, children $1, under 5 free.
Hours: Mid-Apr. to mid.-Nov.,
Address: Connecticut Firemen?s Historical Society
230 Pine St.
I-384 Ex. 3
Phone: (860) 649-9436

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