Mansfield Fire Museum

Mansfield Fire Museum is located in the former Nottinghamshire Fire Brigade Training School which is at the rear of Mansfield Fire Station.

Mansfield Fire Museum is owned and operated by Mansfield Fire Station Preservation Society Trust supported by Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Due to the nature of the exhibits, it is recommended that visitors are aged 7 and older.

The Trust was set up in 2013 with the following aim and objective:

“To advance the education of the public in the history of the fire fighting through the provision of a museum and supporting information.”

The Museum is open to the Public by appointment ONLY as the Museum is run by Volunteers. Please give 2 days Notice A minimum donation of £1 per Person would be appreciated. All payments  made by Cheque or Bank Transfer made  payable  to Mansfield Fire Station Preservation Society.



If you would like a visit from the Museum to your school, club, or group please contact us.

Kidz Zone

Discover all about the Great Fire of London and games to help you stay safe and well.

World War 2

Explore the fascinating history of firefighting around the world.



Discover more about the history of Mansfield Fire Station.

British Room

Fire service memorabilia and other interesting items related to the history of firefighting.

Overseas Room

We have a collection of helmets, uniforms and other items from all over the world.