To visit the Bare Cove Fire Museum will be to experience firsthand the exciting development of firefighting technology as it occurred throughout other farming communities, especially in New England.
With an extraordinary collection of artifacts, equipment, and documents, along with the restored antique fire apparatus, Bare Cove Fire Museum tells the story of the men and machines who worked heroically to save lives and property.
Since 1974, this nonprofit educational institution has been dedicated to the preservation and presentation of firefighting history as it occurred in the town of Hingham, Massachusetts.
This remarkably complete record of one community's past offers a very special opportunity to learn how firefighting developed in cities and towns like Hingham, all across America.
A tour of the Bare Cove Fire Museum offers visitors of all ages an opportunity to relive an exciting era in the history of the fire service in America.
There are many advantages to becoming a member. For more information, take a look at our membership page.
Please contact us if you would like a personal or group tour of the Museum. Follow us on Facebook to see when we have open houses on other days.
45 Bare Cove Park Dr, Hingham, MA 02043
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm