North Charleston Fire Museum
4975 Centre Pointe Dr, North Charleston, SC 29418, USA
About North Charleston Fire Museum
The North Charleston Fire Museum and Educational Center is a fire museum displaying a collection of fire fighting vehicles dating back to the 1780s. It displays more than 20 restored vehicles, interactive exhibits and simulators. The museum is a popular rainy day activity for tourists.
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