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Tour and Rates

We are open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 2pm and Sundays from 1pm to 4pm. We are closed on holidays.

Our admission is free for groups or individuals that have less then 10 people in their party.

Groups consisting of 11-25 people we request a $50.00 donation for a group tour.
Groups of 26-50 we request a $75.00 donation
Groups of 51 and over we request a $100. donation.
All small children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.

Groups requesting tours must contact our office via email at aaffmuseum@sbcglobal.net.
Please indicate the date and time of your requested tour and the amount of people you intend to bring.

For school groups, our tours are free, however, we ask that your group have less than 40 students if they are elementary or middle school age students.
You can also contact our office at (213) 744-1730 for more information about tours.

Another View of the International Room. Here is a display of an FDNY uniform that was worn by retired Lieutenant Bill High. There is also a tribute to Retired Battalion Chief Wesley Williams, a founding member of the Vulcan Society of the FDNY and a tribute to the 343 FDNY Firefighters that perished during the 9-11 attack on the world trade center.Another Display of our African American Women Firefighters and Chief Officers. A third view of the International Room. Pictures of Firefighters of San Diego and Washington DC in the early days when they were segregated. Also an autographed portrait of the book cover of retired Baltimore Fire Chief Herman Williams. (Father of Montel Williams) The uniform display is of Lawrence Quinn of the Waukeegan Illinois FD. The Arnett Hartsfield Conference room used for meetings. A look at the pole from the apparatus floor looking up. This is the “International Room” A room dedicated to the pioneers and pioneering organizations throughout the U.S. Fire Chief Dannie Smith of the Sugarland Texas Fire Dept is featured. Fire Womens Fire Hat