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Utah State Firefighter’s Museum and Memorial

Deseret Peak Complex
Highway 112, Tooele, UT 84074, USA

The Utah State Firefighter’s Museum and Memorial is over 50,000 square feet in size and features 55 restored vintage fire trucks, early-day uniforms, protection equipment and other related memorabilia and artifacts. The museum’s restored trucks and artifacts are on loan from individuals and fire departments across Utah. The oldest restored
fire truck was built in 1915. The museum has its own restoration facility, in addition to an on-site library, gift shop and auditorium.

The museum is open Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parties and special gatherings are available. For more
information and tour times, call David Hammond at (435) 843-4040 or (435) 830-6556 or see www.utahfiremuseum.com.

How to get there: The museum is located inside Deseret Peak Complex at 2930 SR-112. The complex is on the right next to the intersection of SR-112 and Sheep Lane. After entering the gates, follow the signs back to the museum.