African American Firefighter Museum
Los Angeles, CA 90021
- Sun 1pm-4pm, Tue,Thu 10am-2pm
LA Weekly's Description
Located in old Fire Station 30, one of two segregated fire stations in Los Angeles between 1924 and 1955, the museum is dedicated to preserving the 100-year history of the city's African American firefighters.
Tips from foursquare
Dedicated to collecting, conserving and sharing the heritage of African American firefighters! Celebrate Black History by checking out amazing African-American contributions: http://bet.us/BHM
A must see!! Lived here 30 years no idea this existed. Excellent information and historical legacy of LAFD. Beautiful building and artifacts.
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