Biloxi Fire Museum

1046 Howard Avenue

Biloxi, MS 39530

Phone: (228) 435-6119

Biloxi Fire Museum is located in a former firehouse, originally built in 1937, and now returned to its original appearance. The museum depicts the 120-year history of the Biloxi Fire Department from its organization on September 19, 1883, through its years as a completely volunteer group, to a full-paid fire department.

Many items of the early fire department are on display, including two of the 5 original fire bells, an 1880’s hose cart, a 1908 American LaFrance steam fire engine, and a 1923 American LaFrance chain-driven fire engine. Helmets, trumpets, and a tribute to Biloxi's three fallen firefighters are also on display, as well as historical photographs unique to the history of Biloxi, including the Firemen's Day parades.

Hours: Saturday 9am – 3pm or By appointment. Free. Donations Accepted

  • Biloxi Fire Museum

  • Dec 18, 2016

“Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town” and visiting the West End Hose Co. No. 3 Fire Museum.  All children are invited to spend the afternoon at the Fire Museum to talk with Santa, enjoy snacks and listen to Christmas music. Don’t forget your cameras to snap pictures of your little ones with Santa!