Indianapolis Fire Museum and the Fallen Firefighters Memorial

Opened in 1996, the Indianapolis Firefighters Museum’s mission is to celebrate the history of the Fire Service in central Indiana and the Fire Departments’ contributions to the community. Located on the north end of the Massachusetts Avenue corridor and originally built in 1872, the Museum resides in the remodeled Fire Station #2, the oldest remaining fire station building in the city.
  748 Massachusetts Avenue  
  (317) 262-5161

Hours:

Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturdays, April – October, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Facility Address / Phone Amenities
Old National Centre (Murat) North Lot 312 East North Street
Athenaeum Lot 401 East Michigan Street
Old National Centre (Murat) Main Lot 501 Alabma Street
New Jersey & Vermont Lot 415 North New Jersey Accepts CC
Michigan & Alabama Lot 307 East Michigan Street
Central Christian Church North Lot 751 North Delaware Street
601/611 North Delaware Lot 601 North Delaware Street
418 Alabama Street Lot 418 Alabama Street
Antelope Club Lot 602 North Delaware Street
555 North Delaware Lot 555 North Delaware Street
Attraction Address Phone
Peace Water Wintery 747 North College Avenue
Chatham Arch Commons Park 515 East St. Clair Street
FringeNext 719 East St. Clair Street (317) 522-8099
ComedySportz Indianapolis 721 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 951-8499
Phoenix Theatre 749 North Park Avenue (317) 635-7529
Art Bank 811 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 624-1010
Firefighters Survive Alive! 748 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 327-6707
Dean Johnson Gallery 646 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 634-8020
Franklin Barry Gallery and The Frame Shop 617 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 822-8455