For history buffs, the fort's old parade ground, adobe quarters and museum are a worthy stop. The fort's beginnings go back to 1877 and the days of the wild west.
The museum and the area of Fort Huachuca in which it is located are seemingly locked into another time period. We enjoyed learning about the history of Ft. Huachuca, the area and the Buffalo soldiers. The museum and Ft Huachuca to be worth a visit.
This was our first visit to the Fort and was a very pleasant surprise. Quiet and peaceful with wonderful views. The 3 museums were very informative and interesting.
This is such a treat - especially if you enjoy the feeling of being transported through time! The museum and the area of Fort Huachuca in which it is located are seemingly locked into another time period. The displays elicit emotional responses, and for me, patriotism and pride!
Had never been on the Fort before, and what a excellent surprise. This is one beautiful place. The grounds are so well kept, views are awesome, and yes the museums are really informative. If you get the chance, make sure you visit, it is well worth it. Also birding in Garden Canyon and Huachuca Canyon is a big plus. Could... More
This museum is well done and informative. It's well laid out, and on the beautifully preserved grounds of Fort Huachuca. A great day trip for the whole family. There are actually 3 museums in all, an historic cemetery, and a great canyon with ancient rock art to drive through if time allows.
We enjoyed learning about the history of Ft. Huachuca, the area and the Buffalo soldiers. Found the museum to be worth a visit.
This museum is in a old quaint two-story house with exhibits downstairs and upstairs. It's filled with history! Upstairs is especially unique as it has a few rooms depicting the way it was back in the 1800's or early 1900's. There's a room to pay tribute to the great generals. There's a film room upstairs too. Also across the street... More
I was expecting to see a trip down the memory lane of western American history....There was only one room and it was pretty boring. There was a dvd area I thought would put SV in motion. One man was talking...about about 7 min. of him...we left. Nobody greeted us at the door either.
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