Welcome to the San Antonio Fire Museum
The Museum is Open 10:00am to
4:00pm Tuesday thru Saturday
(A voluntary donation for adult admission is requested)
The Museum will be CLOSED on the Fourth of July
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Located at 801 E. Houston, just steps away from the Alamo, The SAFM occupies the former Central Fire Headquarters, built in 1938 by the WPA.
The San Antonio Fire Museum
801 E. Houston
San Antonio, TX 78205
Featured on KSAT 12's SA Live!
Please note, this was aired in January of 2015, just prior to our partial remodeling of the Museum; we will NOT be closed "next week!"
Our First Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament raised over $35,000 for the Museum!
And Remember, ALL FUNDS RAISED will be MATCHED by the City of San Antonio!
Our thanks go out to all of our Sponsors and Golfers, the Dominion Golf Club, and all the volunteers who made it happen!
And a SPECIAL thanks to Tommy Thompson and Speedy Gonzalez!
Golf Contest Winners
Ball Drop: $1,000.00
Low Gross: $400.00
B Rodriguez M Caballero, Sr
M Caballero A Tristan
1st Low Net: $400.00
M Pena H Derrick
2nd Low Net: $300.00
R Montoya O Gomez
J Hunter W Ahumada
3rd Low Net: $200.00
W McBee B Null
L Smith M Adamitz
Last Place: Free Golf Lessons!
A Gomez J Herrera
A Solis F Medina
Closest to PIn: $100.00 (each)
#5 R Villarreal #15 J Martinez
#8 Big Rod #17 M Hess
Long Drive: $100.00
Putting Contest: $100.00
Support the Museum!
Your Donations and Memberships help us to continue our Mission of preserving and exhibiting artifacts, apparatus, documents and photos of the San Antonio Fire Department!
The City of San Antonio has awarded the Fire Museum a $150,000.00 MATCHING GRANT!
Every dollar we raise will be MATCHED by the City (up to $150,000.00)
Help us meet our goal!
Click HERE to Donate or Join!
Come Join us for a fascinating tour of the History of the Fire Service where we exhibit antique Fire Apparatus, hundreds of photos of our past Brothers and Sisters, and artifacts dating back to the mid-1800's.
School and Group Tours available!
Contact us @ (210) 390-7236 or email us by clicking safmtours
Also known as "#1's Fire Station" until 2011, the building was home to various specialized equipment and Command Staff officers for over seven decades.