There wasn't a lot of the Fort left to see, but we had a fun and interesting visit. The tour guides, especially Arch, were very informative and extremely entertaining and made the visit a worthwhile experience.
The original fort was small and walled. The current fort closed in 1895 was much larger and not walled. A few buildings remain and the docent does a fair job of explaining the fort's evolution. The soldiers buried in the cemetery were moved to Little...更多
We arrived at the beginning of the summer season so there was a docent to give a tour of the restored main building. Good exhibits demonstrating how the soldiers lived at this frontier fort (also the site of the surrender of Sitting Bull). The cemetery...更多
I visited the Friday before Memorial Day, and the site formally opens on Memorial Day. I was the only visitor. The grounds and buildings were well preserved. If you go there take the walk to the cemetery as I thought it was the most interesting...更多
So they only have the buildings open in the summer, but the outside DIY tour is pretty awesome in itself. Most of the original complex is gone, however a few buildings still remain. There's a new recreation building of the barracks you can look in...更多
While most of the fort is gone the remaining buildings give you a small peak into what life was like for soldiers living in a fort. There are some real interesting items in the buildings and the folks giving the tour point these out and...更多