Fire Museum to Debut Traveling Exhibit on Emergency Care Art

The Aurora Regional Fire Museum will debut a new traveling exhibit, The Art of Emergency Care on Saturday, April 13. The exhibit is the first created by the National EMS Museum and upon leaving Aurora will travel the country. To celebrate the opening of this new exhibit, the Museum will be open until 5 pm on Saturday, April 13 and will be open on Sunday, April 14 from 10 am to 5 pm.

The Art of Emergency Care features pieces chronicling the story of first aid in the home, advertisements, and featuring original artwork from Moulage Concepts, DanSun Photos and Steve Berry. The exhibit is included with general admission into the Museum. The Art of Emergency Care will be on display through November 15, 2019.

The National EMS Museum is dedicated to preserving and sharing the story of the Emergency Medical Services in the US with an international collection of EMS artifacts, art, photos and archival material. The EMS Museum inspires future EMS leaders while honoring those who have served our communities since the beginning of the emergency services in America. For more information about the National EMS Museum please visit https://emsmuseum.org/.

The Aurora Regional Fire Museum preserves the history of the Aurora Fire Department and fire service in our region through our collections and exhibits while educating visitors about fire safety and prevention. From humble beginnings to the Museum visitors know and love today, the Museum welcomes over 11,000 visitors annually for tours, programs, and events. The Museum is open weekly Wednesday – Saturday from 10am-4pm. 

For more information about this exhibit or the Museum, contact Brian Failing, Executive Director, at 630-256-4140 or info@auroraregionalfiremuseum.org.