Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum and Living Firefighters Memorial
The museum, south of Edmond, showcases an extensive display of firefighting equipment and memorials to honor these heroes. Since 1967, the museum has featured numerous artifiacts, including some from the London Fire Brigade and restored fire trucks.
At the museum, the Living Firefighters Memorial, Just Another Day, recognizes all firefighters who have served since 1894, when the Oklahoms State Firefighters Association began. The Wall of Valor is inscribed with the names of firefighters who have served for 20 years or more, or who retired through disability.
The Memorial Park Walkway will soon honor rescue workers who responded to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995.