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Salute the Past
Salute the Past
Re-enactments at Kansas forts bring the past to life.

Forts & Trails

Visit historic forts and trails in Kansas to experience the story of the nation's westward expansion and the growth of commerce. In addition to two forts designated national historic sites, the state is home to two forts actively serving current U.S. military operations.

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12th Brick Grill

310 McPherson
Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027
Phone: (913) 684-2293
Restaurant located in the old Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth. More

1st Infantry Division Museum

207 Custer Ave
Fort Riley, KS 66442
Phone: (785) 239-2022
This building, originally constructed in 1905 as barracks for the Cavalry School Band, later served as offices for the Cavalry Board. Today, the 1st Infantry Division Museum tells the story of ... More

Baxter Springs Heritage Center & Museum

740 East Ave
Baxter Springs, KS 66713
Phone: (620) 856-2385
Outstanding museum with two floors of climate-controlled displays and research facility. Exhibits interpret the rich history of the town, including industry and commerce, domestic life and social ... More

Beattie Heritage Museum & Archives

716 Main
Beattie, KS 66406
Phone: 785-353-2575
Looking for history of Beattie? Or just interested in the past? The Beattie Heritage Museum & Archives is open the 1st Sunday of each month and other times by appointment. Come enjoy a town full ... More

Bronze Pony Express Horse & Rider

7th and Broadway
Marysville, KS 66508
Phone: (785) 562-3101
The Pony Express was a unique experiment in the development of the West. The bronze statue is located in a park between Broadway and Hwy 36 on 7th Street and commemorates the tough young riders ... More

Buffalo Soldier Monument

Grant Ave by Smith Lake
Ft. Leavenworth, KS 66027
Phone: 9136824113
Impressive monument and surrounding reflecting pool and statue busts of several renowned African American soldiers was dedicated in 1992. Monument constructed after General Colin Powell, while ... More

Chisholm Trail Historical Marker

217 N Buckeye
Abilene, KS 67410
Phone: (785) 263-2681
Marks the terminus of the Chisholm Trail, and dedicated to the pioneers of Dickinson County. Placed by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1924. More

Cimarron National Grassland

242 E Hwy 56
PO Box 300
Elkhart, KS 67950
Phone: (620) 697-4621
23 miles of historic Santa Fe Trail crosses the 108,000 acres of the Cimarron National Grassland. Today you can still see ruts and the site where freight wagons camped at Middle Spring and used ... More

Council Oak

210 E Main
Council Grove, KS 66846
Phone: (620) 767-5413
US Commissioners and Osage Indian Chiefs signed the treaty under this tree on August 10, 1825 guaranteeing safe passage to all traveling the Santa Fe Trail through Osage territory. The US paid the ... More

Custer House

24 Sheridan Ave
Bldg 24
Fort Riley, KS 66442
Phone: (785) 239-2022
These quarters are of native limestone and were constructed in 1855 during the initial building phase of Ft. Riley. They stand today as the only double set of surviving officer's quarters from the ... More


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