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Fort Lauderdale Fire and Safety Museum [FL]

The Fort Lauderdale Fire and Safety Museum is located in Fire Station 3 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The museum is currently under construction, but is open to the public on Saturdays, and chronicles the history of the Fort Lauderdale Fire Department while working to educate the public and schoolchildren in basic fire safety.

The museum is currently under construction, and only offers limited exhibits and hours. When completed, the museum will have exhibits focusing on both fire safety and the history of the fire department, and will offer tours and field trip programs. The website offers visitor information, a virtual tour of the museum, information regarding exhibits and museum collections, and information regarding upcoming events.

 
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