Fire Barn

Fire Barn The Falls Fire Barn Museum, also known as the Fire Barn or "Falls Fire Station No. 2" is an historic fire station on Commonwealth Avenue in the village of Attleboro Falls in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.HistoryThe Italianate two story structure was built in 1893 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

It was an active fire station until 1976 and housed Engines 1 and 2, when it was replaced by a station built on Kelly Blvd (Rte 152). It has since been made into a museum for the local fire dept as well as the town history in general, and has many artifacts of local interest. The first curator was the late George Cunningham, who was active there until his late 90s.Visiting informationIt is supported by admission fees and by fundraisers sponsored by the local historical society. The museum is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.

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Attleboro Falls, MA


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