Museum Of Fire
The Museum of Fire is one of the most popular family attractions in Penrith. Home to an impressive collection of fire-fighting vehicles and memorabilia, there's enough here to keep even the littlest firefighters interested and occupied for hours.
With over 30 years' experience providing information and education programs on fire-prevention and protection, the Museum of Fire is the place to go to understand the danger and experience the drama of fire and firefighting.
The Museum has one of the largest fire collections in the world. It features a rotating display of historic fire engines dating from the late 18th century up to the 1980s, along with uniforms, phones and radio and alarm systems, firefighting tools and protective equipment.
To top it off there is a children's play and activities area complete with a ride-on fire-engine and interactive computer games. Once your tour is over, visit the gift shop or step outside to the playground and picnic area which little ones can enjoy for hours on end.
Open daily 9.30am-4.30pm. Adult $12; Child $6; Concession $9; Family $28 (2 adults and 2 children).
The Museum will be celebrating History week 5 - 13 September 2020, see details and check out their history week events.