Hall of Flame Fire Museum

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National Historical Fire Foundation
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Established 1961
Location Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Type Non-profit: science, industry
Director Dr. Peter Molloy
Curator Mark Moothead
Website HallofFlame.org

The National Historical Fire Foundation (Hall of Flame) is a museum dedicated to the historical preservation of fire fighting equipment used through the years around the world.

The museum has five exhibit bays and the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes gallery. The equipment is grouped as: Hand & Horse Drawn (1725–1908); Motorized Apparatus (1897–1948); Motorized Apparatus (1918–1968); Motorized Apparatus (1919–1950) and Wildland Firefighting. They also have a large collection of Fire Department arm patches.

They are located in Phoenix, Arizona at 6101 East Van Buren St across from the Phoenix Zoo and next door to the Phoenix Municipal Stadium.

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Coordinates: 33°26′51″N 111°57′12″W / 33.447385°N 111.95336°W / 33.447385; -111.95336