Aurora Regional Fire Museum
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum is a nonprofit, tax exempt educational institution whose purpose is to preserve Aurora's old Central Fire Station for use as a museum. The Aurora Regional Fire Museum will preserve and exhibit the artifacts and history of Aurora and surrounding area fire departments, as well as teach and promote fire safety and prevention.
Meetings and Building Rentals
Meetings in the "Hayloft" Theater • Birthday Parties
Whether it is a kid's firehouse themed birthday or a corporate meeting in our spacious "Hayloft" theater, the Aurora Regional Fire Museum can accommodate your special group or event.
Looking for a unique intimate venue for your workshop, presentation or meeting? Come to the "Hottest place in town!"
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum's“Hayloft Theater” features tiered seating for fifty, and audio-visual equipment which includes: video projector, stereo sound, DVD and VHS players, and computer hookups, and wireless internet. The adjacent prep-kitchen has a refrigerator, sink, microwave, and full sized oven and stove.
The theater is rented by the hour, typically with a two-hour minimum. Discounts may apply to other non-profit organizations.
Contact us for more information - (630) 256-4140
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