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Bring history to life for your class, discovering inspiring stories of firefighters and Londoners long gone... perfect for Key Stage 1.
When did firefighting begin? What actually happened in the tragic Kings Cross fire? When did women start to join the Brigade? What's a firemark? Visit our stories section and learn all about the history of London firefighting.
In 1666, a devastating fire swept through London, destroying 13,200 houses, 87 parish churches, The Royal Exchange, Guildhall and St. Paul’s Cathedral. So how did it start?
From the International Women's Day exhibition to family activity days explore the latest events at London Fire Brigade Museum.
From the formation of the Auxiliary Fire Service through the bravery of the Blitz, discover our history during WWII. Meet the first women to join the brigade and the 'heroes with grimy faces'.
Visit the Schools section. Our Education Team or local firefighters can come to your school and teach your pupils about fire safety and prevention.
Use our easy interactive form to book a school visit to the London Fire Brigade Museum.
How to find the London Fire Brigade Museum, opening times and what to expect when you get here.
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We believe the best way to keep Londoners safe is through fire safety education – and that starts at primary school.