Dedicated to the history of volunteer fire companies in NJ & PA serving the Delaware River towns and the members of the volunteer fire service & ambulance-EMS-rescue squads that gave of their time and lives. "Lest We Forget"*
DVFM is open throughout the year by appointment and from May through October during most scheduled events at the Eagle Fire Company. These events (e.g., antique, craft, train, doll and related collector shows) convene at the Banquet Hall immediately adjacent to the DVFM. Please call ahead of time if you wish to address the board on a matter related to the museum.
Admission is free but donations are welcome.
If you are traveling from outside the area, please contact the Curator to be sure the Museum will be open for your visit. Private group tours are also available upon request.
Board meetings are generally held the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room of Eagle Fire Station, or as needed.
Persons wishing to address the board should contact the President to be placed on the agenda and to confirm the time, date, and location of the next board meeting.
Delaware Valley Fire Museum, Inc. Incorporated August 28, 2009 in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a non-profit corporation
*"Lest We Forget" is a phrase popularized in 1897 by Rudyard Kipling; it formed the refrain of his poem Recessional