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A.J. Comstock Fire Museum [CA]

This unique fire museum is located in Ventura, California, and is open year round. Visitors simply walk to the outside of the museum and can view all displays and exhibits through the glass windows on the sides of the building. The museum is composed of interpretive signs and firefighting equipment designed to give visitors a glimpse into the history of firefighting.

The museum offers exhibits. The website offers basic visitor information.