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Benicia Fire Museum

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900 E 2nd St Benicia CA 94510
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(707) 745-1688
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the first 3 Sundays of each month, 1pm - 4pm

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A lot of fascinating old equipment in a small space

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We were lucky during a recent visit to Benicia to find the Benicia Fire Museum open for visitors. Three generations of our family had fun looking at all the antique equipment and memorabilia on display. There were 2 volunteers available to answer our questions, and everyone from age 60+ to age 4 had a good time!

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Benicia Fire Museum is located at 900 E 2d, Benicia, CA. This business specializes in Museums & Galleries and Other Organizations.

The Benicia Fire Museum is a gem for anyone who likes fire engines and history.  The Museum is home to the Chief Solano Engine No. 5 which can still pump an incredible 1,300 gallons of water per minute.  It also houses the Phoenix, one of the first fire engines to arrive in California.  It came to Benicia in 1847 and was retired in 1921.  The Benicia Fire Museum is also the headquarters for the...

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