Georgetown Firefighting Museum, Georgetown

#13 of 13 in Things to do in Georgetown
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
This page is an extension of the Georgetown Firefighters Museum. The Georgetown Firefighting Museum is housed inside the Historic Alpine Hose #2 built in 1874 with the tower being added in 1884. It was an integral part of the history of Georgetown and the most visible building in the town.
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  • The docent made the experience. Neat facility with great story telling. Definitely stop in to learn as much about the towns history as about the antique firefighting gear.  more »
  • Showed up during business hours that were posted in their window. It was closed. While we did look around Georgetown that was the one thing we were planning on seeing while there. Big...  more »
  • Awesome tour, awesome tour guide. Had a blast and learned alot!
  • Fascinating tour.
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