The museum has a growing collection of fire apparatus representing hand drawn, horse drawn, and motorized periods of fire fighting in Canada. Additional exhibits include a working municipal fire alarm system, photo displays, helmets, turnout gear and tools of the trade. Our latest exhibit is the collection of Canadian fire hydrants that is steadily growing. The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum's mission is to tell the story of fire fighting in Canada on a national basis, circa 1759 to the present. The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum, established in Port Hope, Ontario in 1984, will collect, preserve, research and display fire apparatus, fire equipment, photographs and related archival materials to illustrate the historical development of the fire service in Canada.
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