Admission-Free, The Marietta Fire Museum In Georgia Is The Perfect Day Trip Destination
Do you have any firefighter enthusiasts in your family? How about history buffs who like to indulge in as much Georgia history as possible? If you answered yes, then we have a perfect day-trip destination for you. The Marietta Fire Museum in Georgia is an admission-free museum that is as fascinating as it gets. Come enjoy a self-guided tour or take a guided tour with a professional and see how the Marietta Fire Department has changed over the years.
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Address: Marietta Fire Museum, Fire Station, 112 Haynes St #51, Marietta, GA 30060, USA
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