Museum of Scottish Fire Heritage - Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
Located in Edinburgh City Centre the museum tells the story of Scottish firefighting from its inception to present day. Explore antique fire engines, engaging interactives, firefighting kit, artefacts and more.
The gallery is split into five main themes, packed with tales of action, feats of heroism, and stories of how firefighting is constantly evolving to improve its service to the public. Throughout the museum there are a range of digital interactives to delve deeper into the topics and activities for families including dressing up for children.
McDonald Road Community Fire Station is part of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service which is the world’s fourth
Our collection of fire appliances, uniforms, and operational equipment will take you on a journey exploring the early days of firefighting across Scotland through to the modern-day single service as we know it today. Drop in on Saturday anytime between 10am – 4pm.
Drop in on Saturday anytime between 10am – 4pm.
Where to find us
- Museum of Scottish Fire Heritage - Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- 1A Dryden Terrace
- EH7 4NB
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