We came to visit as my daughter was graduating. It was wonderful, it was set out extremely well, and everyone in the family will learn something.
I have visited the museum every year since they opened it. I am an OCS (Officer Candidate School) graduate from 1967. I guess that makes it more interesting for us OLD cannon cockers. I wonder if the people that complain about the necessary screening, voice the same concerns when they approach the airport TSA agent?
We visited on Sunday, December 18, 2016 so the museum was closed but we walked around looking at the artillery exhibits and monuments on the ground surrounding the museum. we had to get permission to enter the fort and after an interview and background check we were able to proceed to the museum grounds. there are plenty of rockets and... 更多
We had about an hour to spare on our trip to visit our son so we stopped by here to see history of the area and of weapons. Our 10 year old son loved seeing and climbing on the variety of tanks, guns, launchers, and other things in the yard outside the museum. There must have been about 40 of... 更多
Fort Sill established in 1869 -- to police and monitor this area known as no mans land--- the buildings were constructed of native stone-- the quadrangle --- Sheridan house - and other structures are there--along with a world class museum-- worth your trip--especially if you have been in the service---- From Atomic Annie to Geronimo's Grave---- and Chiefs knoll where... 更多
Really enjoyed walking through the displays and learning more about the history. Have a brother who was in the Big Red 1 and my son just graduated this past Friday.
Was worth the heat to see everything outside not to mention the stuff inside. Depending on your pace it's a couple of hours. Everyone should go see !
This is a very interesting stop if you take in ALL the sites on the base. This includes the Old Fort, the Artillery Museum, Geronimo's Grave and Medicine Bluff. The artillery display is really good, nicely displayed and in great condition...unlike a lot of displays I have seen elsewhere.
Great display. So many pieces to see, so little time. I loved how some of them had histories of how they were captured and used by different armies. Good section with monuments and stories of Oklahoma men who have won Medal of Honor. I never got to go into the museum building or make it over to the original fort... 更多