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Nebraska City Museum of Firefighting

Nebraska City Museum of Firefighting

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11:00 to 4:00 Friday-Saturday-Sunday
402-873-4403
Adults $5, Students $3, Children under 5 Free
lat: 40.6768589 long: -95.862262

The Nebraska City Volunteer Fire Department is the oldest fire department still in existence in the State of Nebraska having been first organized as a bucket brigade in 1856. Many pieces of  the antique equipment, historic artifacts, documents and photographs have been preserved and on display in the museum. 

The purpose of the Museum is to educate the public about fire safety and the history of firefighting in Nebraska City. This is accomplished through interpretive exhibits and educational programming. A visit to The Nebraska City Museum of Firefighting is a great stop for the whole family.

 

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