The Aurora Regional Fire Museum provides tours and educational programs for all ages and occasions. A guided, interactive tour of the exhibits typically approximatly 45 minutes and include a hands-on bucket brigade, seeing the horse-stalls and our "real" fire horses, and more as we discuss the five pieces of fire apparatus on display ranging in age from the 1850s though the 1950s.
Children and adults have
been touring the building at
53 N. Broadway since 1894, first when it was the Central
Fire Station, and now as the
Aurora Regional Fire Museum.
Book your visit today,
keep the tradition alive.
Central Fire Station Visits
Special arrangements can be made to combine your visit to the museum with a tour of the Aurora Fire Department headquarters located next door.
See our special scout group page with ideas about how to relate our tours and programs to your age-group and badge requirements.
All group tours are by advance appointment. Flexible hours are available for groups of ten or more.
For more information, or to schedule a group tour or educational program, call: (630) 256-4140.