Hall of Flame is a surprising cool museum located in Phoenix, Arizona. They have a collection of over 80 vehicles used to fight fires, including wagons from the 1700's up through fire engines from the 40s and 50s... plus a lot of other equipment, like helmets and axes.
At 70,000 square feet, this is the largest firefighting collection and museum in the world. It's well worth a couple of hours to explore.
You'll even learn some things. For example, cities once had lookout towers with bells to keep watch for fires and sound an alarm.
And in more modern times, a "3 alarm fire" means that three different calls were put in for different fire companies to fight a blaze.