Welcome to the
Mansfield Fire Museum

About Us

A never ending adventure which began in 1987. From just an idea, the Mansfield Fire Museum was born!

With the purchase of the former Five cousins Department store in 1989, the museum had a home. After two years of basic building repairs, work on the Museum began in earnest. Although progress seemed slow, especially after a few minor setbacks, the Museum opened October 12, 1994.   Even though the Museum was open, there were some things left unfinished. Some still remain that way as new ideas are continually being developed. It is now apparent that the Mansfield Fire Museum will never be a finished product. It will continue to grow and change as new ideas, equipment, and displays come.   ~ G.L. Williams  Original Director of the Mansfield Fire Museum

  


Take a Step Back In Time!

From  the bucket brigade to the horse drawn fire apparatus, through the internal combustion powered equipment, experience the many aspects of the history of fire service. See a reproduction of a turn of the century Fire Station and even hear the antique alarm bell that alerted the firemen. You can almost see the horses leave their stable to be hitched to the hose wagon.

More Than A Museum!

Stroll down part of Mansfield's historic North Main Street where you see the original City News, Coney Island Diner, and also visit an old time drugstore with an authentic marble soda fountain.

Visit Us

Contact Us

Hours Mid May through Mid October Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Group Tours and Winter Hours by Appointment.
Admission is free
Donations are Welcome

Mansfield Fire Museum

1265 West 4th Street, Mansfield, Ohio 44906, United States

(419)-529-2573

Hours

Mon

By Appointment

Tue

By Appointment

Wed

By Appointment

Thu

By Appointment

Fri

By Appointment

Sat

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Sun

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm