Guided tours are available for no charge provided by HASFR.
The tours provided are:
Walking tour of Historic Main Post - including: King Field House, Ft. Riley Regimental Museum, U.S. Cavalry Museum, Custer House, Cavalry Parade Field, Old Trooper Monument, Trolley Station, St. Mary's Chapel, Tuttle Park, and Sturgis Field.
Driving tour of Historic Main Post, Camp Funston, and Post Cemetery - including: Custer House, Commanding General's Quarters, Sturgis Stadium, Tuttle & Wyman Parks, First Territorial Capitol of Kansas, Packer's Camp, Camp Whitside, Irwin Army Hospital, Quarters 123, Buffalo Corral, Trolley Station, Polk Hall, King Field House, Patton Hall.
Tours of the Custer House Museum - For more information and pictures see "Custer House" under the museums tab.
There is no current Docent Coordinator so please contact the HASFR president with questions or requests for tours at: email@example.com.
If you would prefer to do a self-guided tour, paper copies of the routes are available upon request at the Cavalry Museum or online at http://www.riley.army.mil/AboutUs/Museums.aspx.
Docent training will take place on:TDB Once scheduled, training will be at: The 1st Infantry Division Museum Please meet outside the 1st Infantry Division Museum doors at 1:00 P.M. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Docent - a person who acts as a guide, typically on a voluntary basis, in a museum, art gallery, or zoo. Are you a history buff and/or interested in volunteering for HASFR? Are you new to Fort Riley? Interested in the 160 years of history that Fort Riley has accumulated? Do you have family coming to visit and you don’t know what you will do with them? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in luck. HASFR provides - in person, driving, or walking guided tours - at no cost. We are always on the lookout for new docents. Docent training will be scheduled on a quarterly basis. Training is instructed by Dr. Bob Smith, Fort Riley Museum Curator. During training you will receive information packets on what sites the walking and driving tours contain. Dr. Smith will take the training class on the actual tours as well. Each new docent will have all the necessary knowledge and items to be successful on tours.
Questions and requests for tours can be addressed by contacting email@example.com.
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