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My husband is history buff and anxious to visit museums. After long drive to Fort *do not enter at main entrance* and finally found Visitors center. We completed all necessary paperwork for entrance to base, and when we asked where do we go from here?...More
Don’t Mrs. terrific old officers quarters located on the post. It was once the home of Carol Custer and his wife when he served with the seventh cavalry. It’s filled with all sorts of. Artifacts and his most interesting for everyone. Enjoy.
The Custer House is a part of the U.S. Cavalry Museum at Fort Riley, Kansas. Half of the duplex has been restored to replicate the way a set of military housing would have been furnished during the years that General George Armstrong Custer resided at...More
This the house in which George Custer lived while in the 7th Cavalry and before the Battle of the Little Big Horn. It is across the street from the parade ground and Cavalry Museum. For those interested in the history of he Old West, this...More
I don't know why for this on trip advisor for "type of visit" you can either choose "family with teenagers" or "family with young children" because we have them both!!! But anyways we all really enjoyed it it's definitely worth a visit!! Its educational &...More