Seaford Community Fire Station will hold an open day on Saturday June 1 from 11am to 3pm.
There will be displays from the community fire safety team and information about the virtual Black Museum.
The museum was launched to highlight potential causes of fire and to give important safety messages - including the importance of electrical safety.
There will also be a chip pan fire demonstration, car crash trailer, badge making for children and much more
Sussex Police, Coastguard, South East Coast Ambulance Service, Seaford Lifeguards and Seaford Bonfire Society will attend.
Watch manager Dave Reed said: “This is a big community event. It’s a fantastic opportunity to welcome the public we serve and demonstrate the wide range of preventative work East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service undertakes.
“So, come rain or shine, why not spend the day with your local firefighters and have a spectacular day of fun.”