London Fire Brigade

Museum

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.

What's on

The Massey Shaw fireboat and the Little Ships of Dunkirk
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 10am to 3pm – Free Entry

Family activity days
Various dates available - Free Entry

Fire Engine Festival
Saturday, 9 September 2017, 10am to 3pm - Free Entry

School visits
Various dates available

 

Visit our pop-up museum

The museum will welcome visitors every week between Wednesday and Sunday, 10AM-4PM.

A typical visit will usually last between 30 and 40 minutes.

How much does it cost?

Entry is free and there is no need to book in advance.

Where to find the museum

  • The Workshop, Lambeth High Street, London SE1 7JS (Behind the current Lambeth fire station)

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.

By bus

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.

Have you visited already?

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