Museum Hours
As per the Governor’s mandate concerning non-essential businesses closing, the FASNY Museum of Firefighting is now closed until such time the Governor deems it safe to reopen.

We will keep you posted as the situation evolves. Thank you for your understanding, and please be safe.

Open 10:00am - 4:30pm daily.

Galleries close at 4:30pm for ticketed visitors.*

*see more information on the "Hours and Admission" page

Closed: Independence Day,
Memorial Day, Easter,
Christmas Eve Day,
Christmas, Thanksgiving,
New Year’s Day

Admission Tickets

Adults: $10

Children: $5
(age 3 and older)

Family: $25
(2 adults and their 2 children)

Children under age 3: FREE

Museum and FASNY Members: FREE

The Museum also
participates in the Empire State Reciprocal Program and NARM.
Members of these programs will also receive FREE admission, as per the Museum's policy: see the "Hours and Admission" page for more info.

117 Harry Howard Ave.
Hudson, NY 12534

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The FASNY Museum of Firefighting is the home of the premiere collection of firefighting artifacts in the world. The Museum staff uses these objects, everything from antique fire engines to oil paintings, in exhibits that tell the story of the American firefighter.  Using these authentic objects within each exhibit helps to transform some aspect of the visitor’s interests, attitudes or values affectively, due to the visitor’s discovery on some level of meaning in the objects on display.  This discovery can only be stimulated and sustained by the presentation of authentic objects. Such discoveries make the exhibits at the FASNY Museum of Firefighting both intriguing and enlightening.

Discover how firefighting has changed from Ancient Times to the present, learn how steam power transformed the fire pumper and the fire service nationally, explore the grand firehouse of the 1800s, discover how the lithographs of the firm of Currier and Ives illustrated the life of a fireman, learn how the Dutch prevented fire in what would later become New York State and much, much more, all within the confines of this world-class Museum.

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Currier and Ives


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Fire in the Valley

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