We miss you! Unfortunately our museum is still closed until further notice. We hope to reopen this summer. Until that time, please visit our website–you’re already here!–and enjoy a wealth of digital exhibits and online information.
The Raleigh Fire Museum congratulates the following retiring and newly promoted personnel: Retirements The following retirements are effective June 1, 2020:: Battalion Chief Gregory R. Bridges – 31.3 years of services Captain Michael F. Kemmeries – 26.0 years Captain Edward D. Moxin – 23.4 years Lieutenant Kristine C. Britt – 30.3 years Lieutenant Kevin R. […]
We recently uncovered this vintage radio traffic of the Raleigh Fire Department operating at a three-alarm fire off Edwards Mill Road on July 21, 1990. It was recorded by veteran fire buff (and museum founding member) Jeff Harkey during a period of severe storm activity. The ninety minutes of radio traffic–both before and after the […]
This week, the City of Raleigh Fire Department’s beloved Snorkel was retired.
The Raleigh Fire Museum is pleased to announce the adoption of a new branding package.
Due to the current public health crisis involving COVID-19, the Raleigh Fire Museum is closed until further notice.