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    Welcome to the Tampa Firefighters Museum

    Preserving the heritage of the Tampa Fire Department and promoting life safety education and fire prevention within the community

    Our Mission
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    Not Just Another Old Builiding: The Tampa Firefighters Museum

    Look at this wonderful writeup about the museum in Florida State Homes. Read more

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    SAVE THE DATE – Tampa Fire Museum Second Annual Golf Tournament

    9am-12PM Rogers Park Golf Course 7911 N 30th St,Tampa, Florida 33610 The Second Annual Tampa Firefighters Museum Golf Tournament will feature closest to the pin, hole in one & long drive challenges, as well as a super ticket and raffle auction items. Team sign up and sponsorship information coming soon! The Tampa Firefighters Museum’s vision […]

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    Fire Museum Network Annual Seminar

    It is a mix of formal presentations, informal discussions, and tours of local fire and non-fire museum sites…. It’s educational seminars about both operating a museum and firefighting history…. It’s for those who are just starting a fire museum, and those who have been around a while…. It is a time to learn, and a […]

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    5th Annual Cornhole Tournament

    Sponsored by The Krewe of Saint Florian Novice Division: $50 per 2 person team Pre-register/ $60 day of event Experienced Division: $50 per 2 person team Pre-register/ $60 day of event Registration starts at 8:30 am Play starts at 9:30 am Behind the Island Inn Beach Resort on the beach Island Inn Beach Resort – […]

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Welcome

The Tampa Firefighters Museum’s vision is to preserve the rich history, culture, and significance of the Tampa Fire Department by sharing real-life events, exhibits, and life safety education while ensuring our future by encouraging the next generation to pursue the fire service as a profession.

In her 2007 inaugural address, Mayor Iorio declared Zack Street as the “Avenue of the Arts.”

The Tampa Firefighters Museum is located directly adjacent to Tampa Fire Rescue Station One at 720 East Zack Street in the heart of downtown Tampa. This beautifully restored 18,000 square foot facility stands as a tribute to all those who have served and continue to serve our great city.

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