Le't s visit the Kansas City Museum. We will also take a guided tour of the first floor of the Museum. Admission is free.
In the Line of Duty: A History of the Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department from[masked]
The Kansas City Museum is proud to present In the Line of Duty: A History of the Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department from[masked], an exhibition exploring stories of courage and dedication that comprise the heritage and development of the Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department (KCFD). From its humble beginnings in the late 1800s to international fame, and from technological triumphs to tragic losses, the KCFD has more than 100 years of proud service to its community.
This exhibition will focus on the first 100 years of the KCFD, from[masked], and is presented by the Kansas City Museum in collaboration with the Kansas City Fire Historical Society (KCFHS), led by its President Paul Ferguson and curated by KCFHS historian Ray Elder—a retired KCFD Captain. Featuring historical objects and archival materials from the collections of the Kansas City Museum and the KCFHS, as well as items on loan, the highlight of the exhibition will be a restored 1927 Ahrens Fox fire truck from the KCFHS