The Fire Museum of Memphis has launched a fundraising campaign that includes a new commemorative brick program. The Fire Museum has begun selling engraved bricks that will be placed in the courtyard of the museum. The bricks can recognize an active or former firefighter, or they can be purchased as a memorial or honorarium. Bricks can also be purchased as a show of support for the Fire Museum or the Memphis Fire Department. For information about purchasing a brick, please go to https://fmm.engravedbricks.com/. (Note: there is no www before this web address.)  If you would like to contribute to the fundraising campaign or order a brick over the phone, please call 901-636-5658.

  • The Fire Museum of Memphis, “the Premiere Fire Museum,” is excited to announce a new $350,000.00 exhibit to the Fire Museum of Memphis, “Honoring Our Heroes.”

    Donated to the FMOM by native Tennessean, Darrell Lynn and his wife, Kimberly, the exhibit opened in Central Park in New York, City, on the 10th Anniversary of 9-11.  “Honoring Our Heroes” is scheduled for grand opening September 11, 2014, immediately following the Memphis Fire Department’s Memorial Service at the FMOM beginning at 8:45 AM. 

    The Fire Museum of Memphis received a $50,000.00 award from the Assisi Foundation of Memphis for the purpose of establishing a home for “Honoring Our Heroes.  The 14 foot high by 9 foot long exhibit depicts the faces of nearly 403 First Responders who gave their lives at the World Trade Center on 9-11, painted on 4 inch tiles in the shape of an American Flag.  Design 500, an award winning museum planning and design firm, created the area in the museum surrounding the exhibit, which also honors the 67 members of Tennessee Task Force One who deployed to the Pentagon in the aftermath of 9-11.

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  • Monday, June 16, at 10:00 AM

    Part of a $481,740 FEMA Grant Award, giving the Museum the ability to track our effectiveness when school children tour the museum through our educational initiative offered at the Museum.

    Thanks to the talents of local software developer, Mind Over Data, award winning design firm, Design 500 and the University of Memphis validation and stamp of approval through their Education Department, kids will be entertained playing fun fire and life safety interactive games, while we gather the data of what they have learned, giving us the ability to share with area Fire Departments.

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  • The Fire Museum of Memphis will be closed on Father's Day, June 15th.

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