One of our favorite annual activities is the Friendship Firehouse Festival in Old Town Alexandria, VA.
Founded in 1774, the Friendship Firehouse houses antique firefighting equipment in what is now a museum. The festival brings lots of emergency vehicles for children to explore to Old Town Alexandria, as well as vendors, snacks and fun plastic firefighter hats for the kids!
Luke and Scarlett “drove” a firetruck.
They got to see some real equipment too.
They also got to play in a Red Cross Disaster Relief truck.
They got to pretend to serve food out of the back.
It was truck heaven for all the little kids in attendance. Luke loved it, even though he made this face.
We also got some Naked Juice samples and fire safety coloring books. Fun Times. I’m sure we will be back next year.