The Sacramento Regional Fire Museum will be closed until further notice. 


Closed Due to COVID 19




Thanksgiving Day,

Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.


Members: Free

Adults: $10

Seniors (65+), Active Duty Military, Students W/ID : $8

Youth (5-17): $5

Children (Under 5): Free

Group Tours

Got a big group? Schedule your group tour for a group of 10 or more guests in advance and get our group rates.  


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The Pioneer Mutual Hook and Ladder Society/Sacramento Regional Fire Museum is, dedicated to the preservation of fire service history in the Sacramento Region, by collecting, restoring significant artifacts, documents, equipment and other historical pieces for preservation and display, and providing education to the public on fire safety and the fire service in general, by conducting educational programs of its own or partnering with other fire service organizations. 


Pioneer Mutual Hook and Ladder Society (PMHLS) is a tax exempt historical society dedicated to all firefighters. PMHLS was founded on April 24, 1990 to establish a fire museum in Sacramento, California. As reflected by its name, the society honors the first organized Sacramento Fire Company, Mutual Hook & Ladder Company #1, formed on February 5, 1850.

Fire safety education is a major part of our mission. In addition to preserving sharing the history of firefighters in the Sacramento region, we partner with fire safety organizations to put on fire safety programs for youth.

From the beginning firefighting organizations have served to protect and preserve their communities. Our mission is to amplify those efforts by giving the Sacramento Region a place to come together around fire safety and its history. 


The Sacramento Regional Fire Museum is a privately funded non-profit started to preserve, exhibit and educate about the rich history of firefighters in the Sacramento region. If you would like to help us continue to preserve our piece of Sacramento History, please consider donating. 

Another great way to support the museum and our preservation of Sacramento firefighter history is to become a museum member. Membership benefits start with free admission to the museum all year round 

Volunteers are essential to what we do and it is because of their generosity that we have been able to start a museum dedicated to fire safety and history. If you share our passion for fire history, safety, and education contact us about volunteering at the museum.

3650 Industrial Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691