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Kick-Off Summer with Free Admission to the Aurora Regional Fire Museum

To kick-off the start of summer, the Aurora Regional Fire Museum is providing free admission to the museum on select Tuesdays this summer. Sponsored by Invest Aurora, the museum will be open for free on the Third Tuesday of June, July and August as part of our Summer at the Fire Museum campaign sponsored by First Alert. Take a moment and bring the family down to explore the museum and visit with some of our community partners.


Join us on Tuesday, June 21 from 10am to 4pm as we kick off summer with the Kane County Sheriff’s Office. You will be able to:

·         Get up close and explore a squad car and SWAT vehicle

·         Meet KC, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office comfort/support dog.

·         Take a selfie in the Fire Museum’s selfie station.


As a special bonus, become a member or renew your membership for the Aurora Regional Fire Museum by July 1 and you will be entered to win one of the following prizes courtesy of the Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain:

·         Ride Along with a Deputy.

·         A Shooting Session with Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain.


We are excited to join the Aurora Regional Fire Museum as they kick off summer and open their doors to as many visitors in our region as possible,” said Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain. “I hope you will stop by and learn more about the many ways the Kane County Sheriff’s Office serves the residents of Kane County.”


Additional free days will be held on Tuesday, July 19 and Tuesday, August 16.


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 10,000 visitors annually for tours, programs, and events.



For more information about our free admission days or the Museum, contact Brian Failing, Executive Director, at 630-256-4140 or