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Have driven past this so many times and on a wet sunday as thinking what to do with my boys and by chance remembered this place and it was open so off we went.
What a brilliant place to visit. Lots of engines and for...More
This museum is completely free and has fire equipment of all ages. Old tenders and uniforms. The museum tells the story of the blitz during the war, Wallace the fire dog and the attempt on Glasgow airport. As well as the courage of the firemen....More
Everyone loves a step back in time and this is a hidden gem, Staffed by volunteers who are mostly retired firefighters. The collection gives a history through time of the Fire Service. A hands on museum suitable for all the family.
When we disembarked we enquired the way to the Museum - Oh it has been closed for a year we were told, but you can visit the old Fire Museum - so off we we went. There are good flat pavements into the town -...More
Although this is a small museum, you can spend a while taking in the detail as the exhibits are mostly hands-on. You can open the doors in the fire engine and find out what is stored in each area and kids are welcome to climb...More
A fabulous museum with highly knowledgeable staff, always keen to assist.
Delights dating back hundreds of years, showing the history of fire services and highlighting social history through photography, appliances, artefacts and artwork. A must-visit destination!!!
We went on the open door day in Greenock as we had wanted to visit here before but it was never open when we were staying in Greenock. It is an excellent museum and the officers who were on duty that day were really friendly...More
Found this fascinating the degree of heroism dedication shown by these brave souls is nothing short of amazing and there's retired officers on hand with their knowledge to share and explain any queries