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STORE OPEN | MUSEUM CLOSED

The Houston Fire Museum is currently closed for historic preservation with a reopening goal of Fall 2023.

Our gift shop is still operating and has temporarily moved to 3219 Milam St.

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Houston

Fire Museum

Est. 1982

Houston's Historic Fire Station No. 7 still serves Houstonians and visitors to the city as permanent home to the Houston Fire Museum, and as a testament to the people who devoted their lives to community, service, and commitment to others.

 

The Romanesque building, designed by architect Olle J. Lorehn, opened in 1899 and remained an active fire station until its replacement was built in 1969.  “Old 7’s,” as it is fondly called, is the oldest firehouse in Houston still standing. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark.

 

The Houston Fire Museum has partnered with REPRACTICE architecture, Tellepsen Builders, and BMP Group to preserve the historic integrity of the building. Enhanced exhibits and fire and life safety programs are also being developed.

Please consider contributing to our efforts to preserve this important piece of Houston’s history for future generations.

GIFT SHOP

TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT 3219 MILAM
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We encourage you to shop online where we offer shipping and curbside pickup.

If you prefer to shop in person, you may visit us during business hours. 

Metered parking is free for customers. 
Masks are requested. 

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Hours of Operation

Monday thru Friday: 10am - 4pm
Closed on federal holidays.

Parking

Free parking is available at the meters as well as in the lot on the north side of the building. 

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Generous funding to the Houston Fire Museum has been provided by Humanities Texas and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the federal CARES Act.

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