A very small building built in 1833.
Stalham Old Firehouse Museum
Many fires both large and small have been attended since that 1st opening. A 2nd fire engine was purchased for this tiny firehouse to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII at a cost of£75 being a 2nd hand machine from the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich. Within the now fully restored and repaired Grade II listed building we now have an exact replica of that machine and many photographs, brigade log books, uniformsand other artefacts to show people the history and happenings of the Old Firehouse.
Facilities for educational visits