The Firefighters Museum is devoted to Calgary's fire-fighting history. The museum is managed by retired firefighters, ... More
Firefighters Museum of Calgary
The Firefighters Museum is devoted to Calgary's fire-fighting history. The museum is managed by retired firefighters, offering a personal glimpse into the lives of past firefighters with over three thousand fascinating artifacts. Perfect for school trips and family outings, the museum houses artifacts such as old fire trucks in impeccable shape, with gleaming brass and silver-plated fire nozzles. Over four hundred restored photographs are also on exhibit.
Excellent display and staff who really know what they talk about.
Located next to a large working fire station,and the department workshops, you can see the old and new fire appliances in one location. I came as a stranger and left as a member of the brotherhood of firefighters.
During the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary, Olympic Plaza was the focal point of much of the event, including
most of the medal ceremonies and laser and fireworks displays. Tens of thousands of people jammed into the square ...
On any mild winter day, the frozen lagoon in this park is filled with skaters. An open expanse of ice
with smaller tributaries that wind off out of view, the man made lagoon is great for youngsters just learning ...
This warm and inviting pub occupies a turn of the century firehouse and plays out the firefighter theme throughout its
open and airy interior. The barroom ceiling is a good thirty feet above the hardwood floor; the other rooms ...