The Stalham Firehouse Museum is a small charitably run establishment located on the High Street in the market town of Stalham. Opening in 1833, it is thought to be one of the oldest organised fire brigades in the whole of Britain.
You can come and see some of our extensive and wonderful collections of fire fighting related objects which have existed since the dawn of firefighting including an original horse drawn pump engine.
The onsite volunteers are available when ever needed and you'll find them quite well humoured and riddled with knowledge to aid you in getting the most out of your tour.
The admission to the museum is free but all donations are greatly appreciated and will help give others the great experience you had/will have when you come visit.
So if you're an admirer of the firefighting profession or want to fill up your day with something fun then please feel free to visit us. If you would like more information before you journey to us then don't forget to visit our website or drop us an e-mail using the contact details provided on the side.