Fire Museum

Immerse yourself in the rich history of firefighting at the Utah Firefighters Museum in Tooele County, where every exhibit tells a compelling story of courage, dedication, and heroism.

Discover the past as you explore our extensive collection, featuring:

  • Antique fire trucks and equipment
  • Firefighter memorabilia
  • Interactive exhibits

At the Utah Firefighters Museum and Memorial, located within the Deseret Peak Complex, we proudly showcase over 50 meticulously restored fire trucks from the past century. Housed in a modern 37,000-square-foot building, the museum offers a captivating journey through the evolution of firefighting technology.

Our facility is more than just a museum—it’s a place of remembrance and learning. With a library, auditorium, gift shop, and a dedicated restoration facility, visitors have the opportunity to delve into the stories behind the trucks, explore firefighter history, and pay tribute to the brave individuals who have served.

Visit us on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to experience the museum firsthand. Special arrangements are available for groups, providing a unique and educational outing for all ages. For more information and tour times, please call (435) 843-4040 or (435) 830-6556.

Join us in honoring the legacy of firefighters and gain a newfound appreciation for their unwavering commitment to keeping our communities safe. The Utah Firefighters Museum welcomes you to a memorable journey through the heart of firefighting history.