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The Pennsylvania National Fire Museum is in an historic 1899 Victorian Firehouse. It was once the home of the Reily Hose Fire Co. No. 10 of Harrisburg.

Exhibits focus on the history of the fire service from the time of America's colonial days to the present. 

The museum has a large collection of artifacts and apparatus.

One of the premier exhibits is the working telegraph alarm system headquarters from Johnstown, Pa. dating to the 1920's.

Welcome to the Pennsylvania National Fire Museum 


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Museum will be closed in Rememberance of Memorial Day May 25, 26, and 27.

Copyright © 2019   Pennsylvania National Fire Museum.   All Rights Reserved.    R. E. Lenker

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The Fire Museum is 100% volunteer, operated and staffed on a full-time basis, six days a week.  We welcome anyone with an interest in history and meeting people to join us as a volunteer.  Please stop in and see us or email president@pnfm.org.


Box 32

The PNFM would not possible without the help of donations. 

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