Our free, pop-up fire brigade museum has moved to The Workshop, Lambeth High Street, at the rear of the Brigade's former grade-II listed Headquarters.
Alongside modern day fire engines and equipment, visitors will have a rare opportunity to view a selection of the Brigade's video and photographic archives, which highlight the history of Lambeth and its historic landmark building at 8 Albert Embankment.
On the 5 April 2017 and 12 April 2017, visit our pop-up museum and create your own mini animation video, design your own fire mark or make your own fire engine greeting card. Ideal for children aged 3 and over and there's no need to book.
The pop-up museum will be open Good Friday and Easter Saturday but will be closed on Easter Sunday.
On 31 May 2017, visit our pop-up museum and create your own mini animation video, design your own fire mark or make your own fire engine greeting card. Ideal for children aged 3 and over and there's no need to book.
The museum will welcome visitors every week between Wednesday and Sunday, 10:00am until 4:00pm.
A typical visit will usually last between 30 and 40 minutes.
Entry is free and there is no need to book in advance.
Please be aware there are no parking facilities available at The Workshop.
By train or tube
The nearest train station is Vauxhall Station. We are approximately 12 minutes walk away - head north up Albert Embankment, east at Black Prince Road and finally again north up Lambeth High Street.
Three buses stop directly outside Lambeth Fire Station: 344, 360, and 77. All buses stop at bus stop P and you will alight at the Salamanca Street bus stop.
The Workshop is then a two minute walk away via Black Prince Road and Lambeth High Street.
We'd love to hear feedback on your visit. Please take two minutes to complete our online survey and help us improve our pop-up museum.