The Fire Museum Network is a non-profit entity which provides a means for networking among fire museums and promotes
 the interests of those dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the artifacts, history, and traditions of the fire service.

The 2016
was held in San Antonio, Texas Nov. 3-6. 
We had a GREAT time in Texas!
Stay tuned for announcement
of the 2017 Seminar location.

Member organizations are
reminded to apply for grants. 
The application form (pdf) is available here.
Not a member? JOIN & SAVE!

WELCOME to our 3 newest members!
Aeromax New World Toys
Prior Lake, MN
Hudson Fire Museum &
Historical Education Society 
Hudson, OH
Tampa Firefighters Museum
Tampa, FL
Below are descriptions and links to the various areas on our website.
About the Fire Museum Network
The Fire Museum Seminar      Organizational History      Our Goals      Join Us
Learn how the Fire Museum Network was founded.
Find information about the annual Fire Museum Seminar. Search a list of past seminars and seminar topics, and discover how and why you should become a member of the Fire MuseumNetwork.

Resources for Fire Museums
Firefighting Links      Museum Resource Links      How-to Start a Fire Museum      FMN Discussion Board
Post a question to our discussion board. Find information on operating a museum, restoring a fire truck, managing a non-profit organization, and more on our extensive links and resources page.
For those just organizing a fire museum, see the "So Ya Wanna Start a Fire Museum -- A How-to Guide."
Directory of Fire Museums
Directory of fire museums sorted by location
Ranging from the spare room in a firehouse basement to magnificent first-class institutions, there are close to 300 museums which preserve and celebrate the glorious heritage of firefighting in North America. Collectively, these institutions serve to inform, educate, and inspire us all.
Miscellaneous News and Notes
      Random Sparks - news and notes of interest     Special Projects    Site Updates
Discover fire fighting quotes from history, and read articles about smoke masks, and fighting fire with “fire-water.” and other fun stuff on our “Random Sparks” page. Also read about our latest special projects and site updates.

If you have any questions, comments, or need more information
about our organization, contact Fire Museum Network via e-mail: