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All reviews fort sill military history artillery pieces control center my son in law service men and women great walk great place to spend time military base great collection his wife plan on spending couple of hours grave army weapons missile
The day we visited, the Museums were closed in honor of President George H.W. Bush's passing, so we visited the outdoor artillery exhibit and Geronimo's grave. Your first stop is the Fort Sill Visitor Control Center. In anticipation of our son's BCT graduation, we filled...More
Ft. Sill has two museums, the Artillery museum and the old fort museum. Both, but especially the artillery museum are great if you want to see guns and gear. They have an excellent collection of artillery pieces in simple but well done historically correct displays....More
This was informative. I thought the museum near the old fort site could be a little more visitor friendly. Mostly buildings to look inside. I would like to have seen more activities but that would take money and they make due with what they have....More
Ft Sill was here we started out military careers so it was deja vu. A bunch of old artillerymen will always find guns, planes and war fascinating. There is a lot to see and it is a lot of walking. Educational and time filling.
Really an excellent presentation of the history of the area and the first. Quite amazing all that happened here , and it was clearly described, in all its aspects. We really enjoyed the mode of the early fort!!!
A very unique outside display of various cannon and missle. It shows the history of the Field Artillery. Take your time to go inside the museums buildings and get a feel of the time when Fort Sill was established. They have created the living quarters...More
My Brother Graduated from BCT on August 24th we decided to visit the museum and take a look at Field Artillery history, we enjoyed it and got some fantastic photos. Wether your just a visitor or have a soldier graduation it is a great place...More