© 2016 Hinckley Fire Museum, Inc. A 501 (c) 3 non-
An ordinary September day
created extraordinary heroes.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON -
Hours are 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. -
Please plan to spend enough time inside to enjoy our short film explaining the conditions that led to the fire and to walk through our many exhibits. Because the museum closes each day at 5:00 p.m., we ask that you arrive no later than 4:15 p.m. We have a great story to tell and it takes a little time!
The museum is open from May 1 through Mid-
Open seven days a week in July and August
We offer guided tours for school groups, bus tours, government agencies, businesses and more.
Please contact us well in advance to book your tour. Reservations fill up quickly!
Tour admission packages are available upon request.
Please note: The museum is intended to give the feeling of history. There were
no mobile phones in 1894, so we respectfully request that you turn off all phones,
pagers and other electronics before entering the museum and take any important calls
outside as a courtesy to our guests. Flash photography is permitted in the museum,
however it must not cause undue distraction to other guests. Rest room facilities
are available to museum guests. Well-
The Hinckley Fire Museum is located along Old Highway 61 in downtown Hinckley.
From Interstate 35:
Lost? Please contact us and we’ll provide directions by phone.
No overnight parking is permitted. Please observe all parking signs.
Are you a fan of birding, biking, snowmobiling, hiking, camping, antiquing?
We’ll point you in the right direction to enjoy your time in Hinckley.
We are closed for the season and will re-