Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
Come and visit the historical Buffalo Soldier National Museum and learn more about not only African American history but American history as well. The goal of the Buffalo Soldier Museum is to interpret articulate collect display and preserve historical artifacts documents videos prints and other historical memorabilia which details the history of the brave men and women who overcame extreme adversity while gallantly fighting the great American wars. African Americans have served proudly in every great American war. In 1866 through an act of Congress legislation was adopted to create six all African American Army units. The units were identified as the 9th and 10th cavalry and the 38th 39th 40th and 41st infantry regiments. The four infantry regiments were later reorganized to form the 24th and 25th infantry regiments. These fighting men represented the first Black professional soldiers in a peacetime army. The recruits came from varied backgrounds including former slaves and veterans from service in the Civil War.
HOURS & ADMISSION
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm
Closed Sundays and Mondays; Holiday Closures: New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
- General Admission: $10 per person; $5.00-Students, Seniors 62+, and Military w/ID; 5 and under Free
Directions & Parking
- Paid Parking
- Street Parking
Street and adjacent lot parking options based on availability.
Events at Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
Lighting the Fires of Freedom: Book Talk with Dr. Janet Dewart Bell
Within Walking Distance
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