The Fire Museum building was built in 1920 in a European style, has more than 700 exhibitions in two rooms that occupy an area of 350 square meters. In the main room there are pumps made in China and England, old English fire engines, screens that show firefighters coming down the pole, data, historic drawings, and shields, flags, diplomas, medals and badges from brigades. There were also mannequins wearing ceremonial uniforms in the 1940s.
The second room displays more faces than brigades where there are models from the Central Operations Post, electronic boards that show the location of past and present fire stations, helmets and a pair of traditional Chinese boots, hoses and pipes, ancient fire alarms, placards with wells, respiratory equipment, and public water hydrants. There are also models that exemplify the effects of fires on wooden cabins.
This place is a place that is worth a visit if you want to travel to Macau. As a consideration if you want to visit this place, here are some reviews of fire museums in Macau from people who have visited this place. Very interesting. Again, museum entrance fees. This place is beautiful. A good history of how fire prevention was carried out in the past. Some old fire trucks. Interesting concept of how water pressure is built before automation. Children will love to see it, especially young people.
A pleasant holiday and friendly staff. We happened at this small museum because we were lost looking for the red market. How nice, a little far from the casino and the hustle and bustle! The original and suitable old fire truck is really interesting. Map the house and give you a feeling of how great it really is. Above all that. I asked the guards how we should be from the red market and he gave me instructions. When we walked to the museum, he returned a better map and marked the location he had for me. Talk about service! Honestly, take the time to visit this attraction.
Great choice for a short visit to the museum! This is a very good museum, which only takes one hour. The museum is housed in a 1920 building, which looks like a genuine neighborhood fire station. By visiting this place, we learn more about the history of firefighters, especially in Macau itself. Children are certainly happy to get new lessons and new knowledge from this place.