The Firehouse Museum will re-open September 1st.
We will only be open Saturday and Sunday from 10a-4p during the month of September.
Facial coverings and social distancing will be required.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1962, the Firehouse Museum occupies the former home of San Diego Fire Station No. 6, which now resides in Otay Mesa. The museum’s brick-and-mortar building in Little Italy features firefighting equipment and apparatus dating back to the late 1800s. La Jolla's first fire engine, a horse drawn steamer and piece of steel from the World Trade Center are some of the highlighted pieces. Firefighting's rich tradition and heritage live on in the San Diego Firehouse Museum
Become a member of the Firehouse Museum and support the preservation of fire service history. As a member, you receive:
• A deductible donation to a 501C3 entity.
• A Quarterly Newsletter
• Reduced hall rental rates
• Discounted pricing on museum events
In order to become a member, please download the application , complete and mail to the Firehouse Museum.
Any questions, please contact the Executive Director
The San Diego Firehouse Museum is a non-profit and all donations are tax deductible. Thanks for supporting the Museum.
Civilian Membership Renewal $75
Sworn/Retired Fire Personnel Membership Renewal $35
© 2019 The San Diego Firehouse Museum - Founded 1962
1572 Columbia St,
San Diego, CA 92101