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Fort Sill - U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum

73503 Lawton, OK, United States of America (USA) (Oklahoma )

Address 435 Quanah Rd
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Military Museum in general
  • Computer / Informatic
  • Historic Engineering Landmarks


Opening times
Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm

Admission
Status from 02/2016
Free entry.

Contact
Tel.:+1-580-442-9603/9605  eMail:usarmy.sill.fcoe.mbx.fort-sill-museum mail.mil  

Homepage history.army.mil/museums/TRADOC/fort-sill-museum/index.html
sill-www.army.mil/vcc/

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Location / Directions
N34.665708° W98.385343°N34°39.94248' W98°23.12058'N34°39'56.5488" W98°23'7.2348"

Fort Sill is a United States Army post in Lawton, Oklahoma, about 85 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.

All persons over the age of 16 must fill out FS Form 118a and pass a background check at the Fort Sill Visitor Control Center before entering Fort Sill.

The Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum is located three miles north of Lawton, OK. From Lawton, take Sheridan Road North to enter Fort Sill at Bentley Gate. After passing through Bentley Gate, proceed on Sheridan Road until Randolph Road (you will pass Geronimo stop light). Turn left onto Randolph Road, before Key Gate, and continue up the hill until Chickasha Road. Turn right onto Chickasha and then immediate left onto Quanah Road. Museum Visitor Center is on the left - Building 435.

From I-44, take Rogers Lane (Route 62) to Sheridan Road North. After passing through Bentley Gate, proceed on Sheridan Road until Randolph Road (you will pass Geronimo stop light). Turn left onto Randolph Road, before Key Gate, and continue up the hill until Chickasha Road. Turn right onto Chickasha and then immediate left onto Quanah Road. Museum Visitor Center is on the left - Building 435.

Visitor Control Center

T6701 Sheridan Road Fort Sill, Okla. 73503
Hours of operation: Seven days a week 5am-9pm

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Description

Fort Sill was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960. Fort Sill is currently the home to three museums:
The Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum, comprising the original frontier fort and the thirty-four historic structures, making it the most complete original Indian Wars era frontier fort in existence.
The U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum was opened in 2009 and houses a diverse collection of artillery pieces and related artifacts on exhibit to tell the story of the history of the Field Artillery Branch.
Next door to the Artillery Museum is a new Artillery Park with artillery pieces from throughout the world.
The U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Museum is housed in temporary facilities, having moved from Fort Bliss, TX in 2010.
The ADA Museum houses a vast collection of Anti-aircraft and Air Defense Artillery artifacts and exhibits to tell the history and heritage of the Air Defense Branch.

The U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum in Fort Sill, as of October 2014, had obtained seven panels of ENIAC that were previously housed by The Perot Group in Plano, Texas


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