The Aurora Regional Fire Museum is a nonprofit, tax exempt educational institution whose purpose is to preserve Aurora's old Central Fire Station for use as a museum. The Aurora Regional Fire Museum will preserve and exhibit the artifacts and history of Aurora and surrounding area fire departments, as well as teach and promote fire safety and prevention.
The backbone of the Aurora Regional Fire Museum is our strong collection of over one thousand artifacts, two thousand photographs, and countless volumes of historical information. Much of this collection is available to researchers by appointment.
We actively accept donations of fire memorabilia, photographs, books, newspaper clippings, and other historical materials. Please read our collections policy and then e-mail Executive Director Brian Failing for more information.