Home of the World Famous
ENGINES 51 & SQUAD 51
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is 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
Every year, our Fire Museum Team puts everything aside to remember our very own Kevin Woyjeck, a Granite Mountain Hotshot who gave everything in a horrendous fire. Kevin loved life; life meant fishing, fighting fires and working around the Museum with his Dad. Kevin, we miss you so much. We also have the families of all of Kevin’s Hot Shot team members who lost their lives in our thoughts. Please take a moment to share our memory while thanking our first responders and military personnel.
OFFICIAL SQUAD 51 T SHIRTS
are available NOW in our
Engine Company 51 Store
ALSO available in the Museum store
FINAL PRICE REDUCTION
Our Grand Opening Tshirts
are going away! Sizes are depleting
… so… ORDER now to get yours.
WHEN THEY ARE GONE… THEY ARE GONE!
LAST ALARM: JUNE 30TH, 2013
WE WILL NEVER FORGET
GRANITE MOUNTAIN HOTSHOTS
W – F 9 AM to 2 PM
Saturdays 9 AM to 3 PM
THE FIRE MUSEUM HAS A NEW HOME
16400 Bellflower Blvd
Bellflower, CA 90706
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is located 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 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.