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Cincinnati Fire Museum opens new exhibit

CINCINNATI (FOX19)- The Cincinnati Fire Museum celebrated it's 30th Anniversary Wednesday by opening a new exhibit.

The new exhibit called "30 Years of Collecting" features Cincinnati-related items sent by the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

"We are thrilled to have these items from the National Museum of American History join our artifacts for the new exhibit, '30 Years of Collecting.'" said Barbara Hammond, Executive Director of the Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati. "We think visitors, young and old, will gain a true appreciation of the rich firefighting history in Greater Cincinnati."

There are 11 items from the National Museum of American History in the new exhibit.

The Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati opened in 1980.

The museum is open Tuesday-Friday 10 AM to 4 PM and Saturday and Sunday from 12 PM to 4 PM.

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