The Fire Museum is located in the renovated Fire Engine House #1 at 118 Adams Avenue in Downtown Memphis.
Summer Hours (Memorial Day to Labor Day)
Monday– Saturday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Winter Hours (Day after Labor Day to Memorial Day)
Monday – Saturday: 9:00am to 4:30pm
Sundays: Closed with the exception of pre-booked Birthday Parties.
*The last admission is sold one hour prior to the Museum closing.
*Closed New Year’s Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day.
|Adults (Ages 18 and Up)||$10.00|
|Children: Ages 3-18||$8.00|
|Children: 2 and Under||
(Does Not Apply To Birthday Parties)
|Seniors: 60 & Over (With ID)||$8.00|
|Military (With Military ID)||$8.00|
|Group Tours: Min 10
(Must be scheduled in advance)
|Family Pack||$30.00 for up to 4 family members.
$8.00 additional for each person over 4.
*All prices subject to change without notice. *Effective January 1, 2015
From East Memphis/Cordova/Bartlett: Take I-40 West towards Memphis. Take the I-40 West exit (10B) towards Little Rock. Take the Second Street exit (1A) towards Third Street and then turn right on to Adams Avenue. Museum will be on the right.
From North Memphis, Millington: Take US-51 towards Memphis. Turn right onto Pear Avenue. Turn left onto North Second Street and the right onto Adams Avenue. Museum will be on the right.
From Mississippi: Take I-40 East towards Memphis. Keep right to take I-240 North (Exit 6B) toward Little Rock. Take the I-40 West exit (31B) towards Little Rock. Take the Second Street exit (1A) towards Third Street then turn right onto Adams Avenue. Museum will be on the left.
From Arkansas: Take I-40 East towards Memphis/Nashville. Take the Front Street/Riverside Drive exit (1) and keep left to take the Front Street North/Front Street South Ramp. Turn Right onto North Front Street and then turn left onto Adams Avenue. Museum will be on left.
There are parking lots adjacent to the Museum and limited street parking on Adams. The Museum does not, however, validate parking. Parking on Adams is regulated by parking meters, Monday through Friday, and free on the weekends.
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