WSFR Fire Museum

Kids in Firetruck

About the museum:

Established in 2010, the Windsor Severance Fire Museum celebrates the heritage of Windsor-Severance Fire Rescue (WSFR) dating back to 1902. Located at 121 N 6th Street in Windsor, CO, it's open every Saturday from 12 to 4 p.m.

The museum showcases three original antique fire trucks used by the Windsor Fire Department, offering visitors a glimpse into firefighting history and the evolution of technology. With artifacts, photographs, and equipment on display, the museum honors the dedication and innovation of the firefighting profession and pays tribute to its courageous service to the community.


Museum Hours: Every Saturday, 12pm - 4pm or by appointment

Admission: Free

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Schedule a tour:

Would you like to schedule a museum tour with us?

Contact our museum curator, Dan Lowe, for more info.

Cell: 970.786.0915

Email: dlowe [at]

Volunteer for the museum!

Conduct guided tours of the fire museum for community members, school field trips, and various community groups interested in learning about fire department history and fire safety.

  • Represent the museum at community events by providing information and interacting with attendees.
  • One of our biggest needs is volunteers who know how or are interested in learning to drive the antique fire engines to assist with interactive community tours, events, and parades.

Visit our volunteer page to learn more about becoming a volunteer docent and to apply. 

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