Museum of Firefighting’s
Junior Firefighter Birthday Party!
Have your party at the Museum for a "firetastic”
birthday your child will never forget!
The Junior Firefighter Birthday
Party program lasts for approximately two hours. These parties are designed for
children ages three through nine. Reservations must be made at least four weeks
tour through the Museum’s most popular interactives including:
- The Bucket Brigade
Crawl Low and Go
Virtual First Responder Fire Truck
- The Junior Firefighter Challenge Course
Dalmatian on a fire truck (birthday child can take complete board home for a
opportunity on a special fire truck
party favor bags for each child
favor bag for birthday child
to open gifts
Family Membership to the FASNY Museum of Firefighting for one year for the host
$100 for FASNY Museum of
$150 for non-members
-Party rates are
based on ten children; $5.00 for each additional child (ages three and up) with a maximum of fifteen children. We require
you to bring additional chaperones for groups over ten, and we reserve the
right to limit group size.
-We require a non-refundable $50.00 party deposit that is
due at the time of booking.
Scheduling your Junior Firefighter Party:
parties must be scheduled 4 weeks in advance. We recommend booking your party
as early as possible to ensure you get the date and time that best suits your
needs. You must return the signed birthday agreement that will be sent to after you contact us to reserve your birthday party.
- Unfortunately, due to the Museum’s strict collection care
policies, food or drink can’t be part of a party at the Museum.
- To schedule your child’s birthday party call 518-822-1875
ext 10 or use the "Contact us” page on this website to inquire about
birthday parties or check possible party dates.
will be expected to follow the Museum’s conduct policies during the party.
Please see the Museum’s Conduct policies below.
Museum Conduct Policies:
The Museum remains open to the
general public during birthday parties. To ensure all visitors expectations for
their Museum visit are met, and to keep all visitors and artifacts safe, we
require Museum policies to be followed during your visit. Party chaperones are
expected to assist Museum staff in ensuring these policies are followed as
well. Below are some of the Museum's policies regarding conduct for all
visitors in Museum galleries:
food or drink of any kind is allowed in the Museum.
running, jumping or horseplay is allowed in the Museum.
-All visitors must be good Museum
citizens: use your inside voice and be considerate of others during your visit.
Yelling or screaming is not tolerated.
-The touching of objects is allowed only when you see the Firestar logo