U.S. Cavalry Museum


The U. S. Cavalry Museum is located in Fort Riley's historic main post district. Originally constructed in 1855 for use as a hospital, the building was remodeled and became headquarters to the Cavalry and Light Artillery School in 1890. In 1957, the building was designated as home for the Cavalry Museum. Visitors may enjoy exhibit galleries that take them on a historic tour of the cavalry's material culture - from the Revolutionary War through the branches inactivation in 1950. A temporary gallery also chronicles special phases in the history of this colorful post. The museum includes an art collection with works by Fredric Remington and contemparary artists Don Stivers and Don Troiani.

Visiting the Museum

Admission Free


Monday 0900 1630
Tuesday 0900 1630
Wednesday 0900 1630
Thursday 0900 1630
Friday 0900 1630
Saturday 0900 1630
Sunday 1200 1630

Closed on New Years Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

205 Henry Ave
Fort Riley, KS 66442

Visitors to Fort Riley who don't have a Department of Defense ID card must stop by the Henry Gate visitor's center off I-70 to get a temporary pass to the installation. For complete details, visit www.riley.army.mil