Haverhill Firefighting Museum
Come experience the Evolution of New England Firefighting History at the Haverhill Firefighting Museum, home to one of the largest collections of New England Firefighting History in New England.
Haverhill Firefighting Museum is interested in creating a permanent memorial for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack in New York City.
The memorial exhibit will be revealed on the 15th anniversary of the attacks-September 11, 2016
at the museum.
Museum board members are looking for personal stories from residents in the greater Haverhill area and southern New Hampshire.
If you have a personal story to share, or you went to New York as Emergency Personnel to help,
Cynthia Graham at 978-994-1854
or Patricia Graham at 978-835-1565.
The Museum is now Closed for the Winter, we will Reopen the 1st Saturday in May
Come see our new Exhibit:
History of Firefighting Timeline Display
Created in part, through a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council!
Learn about and sign up for the new Adopt-a-Hydrant Program.
Citizens can volunteer to adopt a hydrant to help keep their neighborhoods safe in the event of a fire.
Thank you to our generous sponsors of this year's 9th Annual Chili Cook-Off,
John Giorgi Painting
and thanks to all who donated items, volunteered, including all the fierce chili contestants, to making this years' Chili Cook-off a huge success!
The big winners are!
Engine 9 Chili
Firehouse- Laurie Cooper
Church Lady Chili
Country Pond Blue Ribbon Chili
All were 1st time chili contestants!
Cost: $5 for adults, $2 for children 12 and under and $10 for families.
Always free for service men and women.
Adults and children of all ages are welcome to tour the museum, get a photo with Dottie, and enjoy the ever improving Children's Corner equipped with a 12-foot wooden fire engine children can play in, lots of children's dress up gear, a fire reel and hose, and toys.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Please consider funding a project on our new "Wish List" page.
To learn more about Fire Prevention go to: www.smokeybear.com and "GET YOUR SMOKEY ON" take the pledge to prevent wildfires and receive a Smokey mask.
We are a
BLUE STAR MUSEUM
Free Admission is offered to our Service Men and Women and their families as our way of saying Thank You to our troops!