Firefighters’ Museum of Nova Scotia
We are happy to welcome you back to the Firefighters’ Museum of Nova Scotia. We have been working to create a safe experience for you and our staff. Check out our “Know before you go” guide to help prepare you for your visit.
Who We Are
Visit the Firefighters’ Museum in Yarmouth to discover the history of firefighting in this province.
Imagine the clang of the fire bell, the smell of smoke and the feel of hot steam as firefighters of the past raced to save burning homes in communities across Nova Scotia.
See the types of fire engines used from the 1800s to the 1930s. Marvel at antique hand-drawn and operated engines such as Canada’s oldest horse-drawn steam engine, an 1863 Amoskeag Steamer. Take the wheel of a 1933 Chev Bickle pumper and see collections of antique toy fire engines, shoulder crests, patches and badges from fire departments around the world.
Monday-Friday: 10:00am-4:00pm; CLOSED: Saturday and Sunday.
The museum will be closed this Friday, April 2nd to Monday April 5th for the Easter long weekend and that we will re-open on Tuesday, April 6.
Children 6-17: $3.00
Children (under 6): Free
Family (Parents and school age children): $10.00