THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED FOR SAFETY CONCERNS
See the Notices section below for more information
Home of the World Famous
ENGINES 51 & SQUAD 51
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is CLOSED
We are usually open
Wednesday through Saturday 9AM to 2PM
$5 donation for entry
active military and children 12 and under are free
LOCATION: 16400 Bellflower Blvd, Bellflower, CA 90706
SQUAD 51 T SHIRTS
New Shot Glass and Bottle Opener
Available NOW in our
Engine Company 51 Store
ALSO available in the Museum store
CLOSED FOR SAFETY CONCERNS
For the safety of our guests, docents, and staff,
the Los Angeles County Fire Museum will be closed until further notice.
Please check here often for updated notices.
Follow the CA Governor updates daily for up to date information.
Please be careful, follow all instructions from your local and federal governments.
Wash your hands – Don’t touch your eyes – Stay hydrated – Self isolate
CAPF MEMBERS: CAPF has voted to increase dues by $5.00 a month starting October 1st. You will see a boost of $2.50 per pay period in your payroll deduction to the Museum in October that will go toward this increase. If you have any questions about this increase, please contact CAPF directly.
ADA website compliance notice: As we expand all aspects of the Museum, both on ground and online, our new website was built for rapid deployment to share our information during a time of tremendous amounts of work for our volunteers in all areas. We are now working through our website to provide a fully ADA compliant site so that all or our fans may enjoy our information. As this will take a bit of time, please contact the webmaster (please use the Contact Us form) with any questions or concerns.
Every day, the Los Angeles County Fire Museum Team honors those Firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty and from career related illnesses or injuries while serving our County of Los Angeles residents. We will never forget those who gave their all during their last alarm call. Thank you brothers and sisters.
Last Alarm: March 4th, 2020
It is with great sadness that we mourn the loss of Brother Sam Neubauer. Brother Neubauer was a 14-year veteran of the LACoFD and passed away after a long illness. FFS Neubauer was a beloved member of the LACoFD family who faithfully served our Department and communities for 14 years with great skill, dedication, and courage.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Neubauer family during this extraordinarily difficult time. FFS Neubauer will very much be missed by all of us and we will never forget him. On behalf of the Museum Team, we offer our deepest condolences and sympathies to the entire Neubauer family.
RIP FFS Neubauer 💔
There are two Memorial walls here on the Los Angeles County Fire Museum website. One lists the line of duty deaths, those who gave their all while on duty. The other wall lists the firefighters who lost their lives due to duty related illness or other duty related factors. All our firefighters join the Department prepared to serve the County and contract cities. They work selflessly everyday so we may all stay safe and healthy. Keep your first responders in your mind, and thank them when you see them.
LOCATION OF THE LACoFM
16400 Bellflower Blvd
Bellflower, CA 90706
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is on the ground floor of The Mayne Events Center, which is located in downtown Bellflower, California. There is a banquet facility upstairs that is managed by the private company TGIS.
Our sparkling new display space was designed from the ground up as the home for our most popular fire apparatus, artifacts, and gift shop. The World Famous EMERGENCY! apparatus are central to our display, but you will also see rigs that are from the hand drawn, horse drawn, and rigs from the early 20th Century forward.
Our display cases are full of fascinating fire related artifacts. Our Engine Company 51 Store has t-shirts, hats, and more (including items not sold on the internet) that you will want to take home with you. Plan your visit today!
BE PART OF THE PROCESS
BECOME A MEMBER OR DONATE TODAY
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum acquires, maintains, and restores antique fire apparatus. We also are responsible for archiving thousands of photographs and artifacts relating to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. We can not do all of this without your support.