The Raleigh Fire Museum is located at the Keeter Training Center, 105 Keeter Center Drive, Raleigh. It’s open on the second Saturday of each month, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Please note that antique fire apparatus is stored at a second location, at Station 28. See below for information.
Special tours of the museum are available based on staff availability. To inquire about tour availability, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tours of Station 28
The Raleigh Fire Department’s collection of antique fire apparatus is stored at Station 28, located in northeast Raleigh at 3500 Forestville Road.
Visitors are welcome at the fire station, and tours can be scheduled in advance.
To request a tour of Fire Station 28, please contact the City of Raleigh Fire Department Fire Education department, using the contact information on this page. Please place your request at least thirty days in advance.
Antique apparatus at Station 28
- 1905 American LaFrance steam engine
- 1926 American LaFrance pumper
- 1950 Mack pumper
- 1982 Mack pumper.
The Raleigh Fire Museum also owns antique apparatus, which are parked in storage.
Learn more about antique Raleigh fire engines.
Last updated October 7, 2021