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We came to the museum expecting to spend about an hour. We could have used about 2 hours, but unfortunately for us, it was closing time after an hour. Great early military history and a recent addition of a Lewis & Clark exhibit. Allow about 30 minutes to get an access pass to the Fort from the Visitor Center. After... 更多
Very disappointing: we were refused entrance to the fort in a rather rude way because we're from Europe so don't have an US id (which as we all know is a guarantee for safety and good behavior - not). Maybe some warning in advance on a site would be nice? And no guys, it doesn't always work that way: in... 更多
good overview of history. Very well organized museum featuring an overview of history related to Fort Leavenworth. Good place to spend 30-60 minutes casually looking at the displays
Visited the museum while on business here at the Garrison. Superb!! I attended the US Army Command and General Staff College here at Fort Leavenworth, years ago. The Museum was smaller then, but played an integral role in my life even then. The saying then was "This is the Best year of your Life!" Hooah!!
The Frontier Army Museum is really a great place to spend a couple of hours. Even our 5th grader enjoyed it. From the artifacts to the information provided about the Westward expansion and even Fort Leavenworth you can't help but find yourself intrigued. It was really interesting and is a definite must when touring the installation. Certainly worth your time!
The purpose of the museum is well represented throughout. The museum is free. It have videos and begins with Lewis and clark, the origins of fort leavenworth, early explorer expeditions to the northwest, great plains, southwest, etc. the westward expansion (Oregon and Sante Fe trails), origins of the Frontier Army, clashes with Indians, Punitive Wars with Mexico, Buffalo Soldiers, etc.... 更多
Although this is a rather interesting museum, because it is located on the grounds of an active military base, it takes awhile to receive clearance into this mini-village. Having not been there before, I was stopped by security at the gates for several ID's and was sent to the visitor center, which is located nearby in a small mobile home.... 更多
Having retired from the U.S. Army this was a must see on our way through Kansas. It was great seeing all the history of the U.S. Calvary from it's inception to now. I served in the 2nd ACR while stationed in Germany in 1984-87. They had a lot of very nice display of uniforms and equipment used throughout the years.... 更多
Not really there fault, were from Minnesota, which doesn't have the enhanced Drivers license. With out that you need. Two forms of id a license and a passport. Wish they would make this known since we made a one hour drive to get there. They have there rules and I respect that, I just wish there was more info on... 更多
Museum that details history of Ft. Leavonworth and expansion to the west starting with Lewis & Clark expedition. Lots of western military displays weapons such as flintlocks, walker colts and early cannons. Military uniforms from the era and equipment makes it worth the time. Museum is free (donations accepted) you can use your phone to sync to a bunch of... 更多