Housed in a working fire station, you can view vintage equipment and memorabilia dating back to the late 1800s, alongside state of the art contemporary fire trucks and equipment. Don’t miss this hands-on experience with our fully restored 1921 Seagrave fire engine and a whole variety of other original equipment.
In addition, we have a gift shop to purchase interesting books on local history, and firehouse related items. (And you can pick up a 10% discount for nearby Original Mike’s restaurant.)
We are currently open to the public every other month on a specific Saturday. Future open house dates include Saturday, September 26 (as part of the Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day event) and Saturday, November 14. Ticket prices are: Adults $5, Seniors and Members $4, Students K-12 $3
The Santa Ana Fire Museum is located at Fire Station #75, 120 W Walnut St, Santa Ana (near First and Main). There is free visitor parking in the lot behind the fire station, located at Pine and Sycamore. Additional parking is available at Original Mike’s restaurant at First and Main.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
For historical information about the Santa Ana Fire Department and to view photos of some of our exhibits, visit this page.
Visit www.SantaAnaHistory.com for addition information on the Santa Ana Historical Preservation Society and on the history of Santa Ana.