56 Maple Street (Fire Fighters Way)
May 27th, 2023 & May 28th, 2023Saturday: 10:00am - 3:00pmSunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
The Fire Fighter’s Museum of Winnipeg is not just a fire hall. It was, for hundreds of firefighters (and a number of horses), a home away from home and for many of them, their actual home! Used as an active fire station until 1990, our building has seen almost 120 years of city growth and changes around it, but has remained true to its original roots. Designed by Alexander and William Melville, it was one of five fire halls built in 1904 and eventually this building plan was used for 14 of Winnipeg’s fire stations. Come experience almost a century and a half of firefighter life in Winnipeg!
Please note only the first floor is wheelchair accessible.
Guided tours will run throughout the day. No registration required!