As of the 30th of April, SCDF fire stations have finally re-opened after two years for their in in-person guided tours – the Fire Station Open House.
On Saturday mornings from 9.00am to 9.50am or 10.00am to 10.50am, Fire Stations all over the country will be open for tours.
On the 30th of April, the first open house since COVID-19, drew 6000 visitors – triple of the average number of pre-Covid visitors! Many young children were at the Fire Stations learning about how fire-fighting works.
Here’s what to expect from the tour:
- Introduction to the Open House
- Introduction to Emergency Vehicles and their capabilities
- Demo on donning the full protective gear
- Demo on using various equipment/appliances
- Photo taking
Walk-ins are allowed, but for groups of more than 10, bookings will be required.
Stations Open for Visit
These are the Fire Stations that are open for visit.
– Central Fire Station
– Alexandra Fire Station
– Clementi Fire Station
– Bishan Fire Station
– Marina Bay Fire Station
– Sentosa Fire Station (starting next week)
– Paya Lebar Fire Station
– Changi Fire Station
– Tampines Fire Station
– Kallang Fire Station
– Yishun Fire Station
– Ang Mo Kio Fire Station
– Sengkang Fire Station
– Punggol Fire Station
– Jurong Fire Station
– Tuas Fire Station
– Woodlands Fire Station
– Bukit Batok Fire Station
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