A collection of restored Fire Engines at The Museum of Fire, South Wales

The Museum of Fire in Neath, South Wales is run by the Welsh Area Fire Engine Restoration Society (WAFERS).

The Museum is one of the largest of its type in the UK.

The Museum holds a vast collection of fire fighting memorabilia throughout history and particularly from the Second World War. They also have restored fire engines dating from the 1930s onwards. You can view restoration projects in progress.

The Museum is currently located in the Lonlas Village Workshops in Skewen which is close to Neath, Swansea and the M4 motorway.

They are open to the public on Wednesdays and Saturdays by prior appointment only.

Entrance is free of charge but donations are accepted.

Your tour will be guided by one of the retired firemen volunteers who will be able to tailor the visit to suit your requirements.

Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access at present.

The Museum of Fire Address

  • Unit 31
    Lonlas Village Workshops
    South Wales
    SA10 6RP

Contact Information

  • Please email or call to make an appointment.
  • Contact Malcolm Evans or Ray Evans
  • devans265@btinternet.com
  • 01639 635761 or 01792 813770
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  • Phillip Zimmerman

    I would like to come see the Museum on Wed the 27 of June are you open