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Fire Station Openhouse

The physical Fire Station Open House is temporarily suspended till further notice. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused. In lieu of a physical visit, members of public can visit the SCDF’s Fire Stations virtually through the Virtual Fire Station Open House. You can learn about the daily activities undertaken by the personnel in the Fire Station and the various types of emergency appliances like the fire engine and ambulances that are based in each station.



1.Introduction & Welcome Video by Commander Fire Station
2.Sharing on Station Routine & Emergency Vehicles
3.Sharing of Public Education Advisories
4.Introduction to SCDF’s Community Emergency Preparedness Programme (CEPP) and myResponder app
5.End of Session and Virtual Photo-Taking Session


Request for Virtual Fire Station Open House

The following Fire Stations are available for the virtual Fire Station Open House:

  • Central Fire Station
  • Tampines Fire Station
  • Yishun Fire Station
  • Jurong Fire Station
  • Brani Marine Fire Station


Click here to request for a session of the Virtual Fire Station Open House. The session will be conducted via Zoom. Please do note that each registration is only entitled to 1 Zoom login. As each Zoom session can only accommodate 300 persons, we will inform you if we have to reschedule your Zoom session in the event that the session is overbooked. We thank you for your kind understanding.


Emergency Preparedness Centre & Civil Defence Heritage Gallery


Notice of Changes to Visits to Civil Defence Heritage Gallery (CDHG) and Emergency Preparedness Centre (EPC)

Please be informed that in view of the tightening of measures in the Stabilisation Phase, SCDF will be revising the number of visitors to 60 pax per day and in groups of maximum 2 fully vaccinated persons to the CDHG and the EPC.


Vaccination-differentiated Safe Management Measures

Vaccination-differentiated safe management measures (VDS) have been implemented for entry into the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery and Emergency Preparedness Centre.


Individuals can be allowed entry in group sizes of up to 2 persons if all are vaccinated. Children aged 12 years and below, recovered individuals, and unvaccinated individuals with a negative Pre-Event Test (PET) result, can be included in the group of 2. Children below 12 years old must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult.


Please present your TraceTogether app or token, or any of the following documents (that may be relevant) for entry:

  • Vaccination status and test result on the HealthHub App
  • Physical vaccination certificates/reports/cards under the National Vaccination Programme
  • Physical ART or PCR result slips from MOH-approved COVID-19 test providers
  • Pre-Event Testing (PET) exemption notice


Our priority is for the safety and well-being of our staff and visitors. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and provide updates, if necessary.


Stay safe and stay healthy, and we look forward to hosting you soon.


Thank you.



Learn life-saving skills in an interactive and fun-filled manner by visiting SCDF's Civil Defence Heritage Gallery, Emergency Preparedness Centre and Fire Stations.



Emergency Preparedness Centre

The 280m2 EPC is the first of its kind purpose-built centre in Singapore which utilizes highly visual and interactive exhibits to impart emergency preparedness knowledge and skills to its visitors of all ages. Some of these exhibits include the fire extinguisher simulator which discharges water onto a video wall depicting a few incipient fire scenarios as well as interactive mannequins for visitors to try out the Heimlich manoeuvre and CPR procedure.

[Note: The EPC is suitable for those aged 10 years and above]


Civil Defence Heritage Gallery

Embark on a tour of the past and learn about the latest fire fighting and rescue technology developed and used by the SCDF. There are customised interactive stations for a close-up experience of what fire fighters and rescuers undergo in an operation.


Request for EPC/Heritage Gallery Visit

Click here to request a visit to EPC/Heritage Gallery. Kindly note that visits are closed on Mondays.