In an amazing old firehouse dating from 1904, this tribute to firemen incorporates a fabulous assortment of notable gear and antiques. Eye up everything from horse-drawn firefighting carriages and early flue fireman caps to Chief, a four-legged firefighting saint from Brooklyn. Shows follow the improvement of the NYC firefighting framework, and the gallery’s overwhelming gear and neighborly staff make this an incredible spot for kids.
The New York Fire Department (FDNY) lost a portion of its individuals in the breakdown of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and dedications and shows have become a perpetual piece of the assortment – just as the 2019 planting of a seedling from the Word Trade Center survivor tree out front. Fans can load up on books about firefighting history and authority FDNY apparel and fixes in the blessing shop.