1st Infantry Division Museum

Temporarily closed until further notice.

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The First Infantry Division Museum tells the story of the Army's most storied division. Formed in 1917, the First Division has carved its name into the annals of our nation's military history. Campaigns from the trenches of World War I to the beaches of North Africa, Sicily and Normandy begins this story of service and sacrifice. The jungles of Southeast Asia, the rough terrain of the Balkans and the deserts of Southwest Asia are settings for the more recent history of the Big Red One.

Brochures and other Documents

Visiting the Museum

Temporarily closed until further notice.

Admission Free


Monday 1000 1600
Tuesday 1000 1600
Wednesday 1000 1600
Thursday 1000 1600
Friday 1000 1600
Saturday 1000 1600
Sunday 1200 1600

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

Building #207
Custer Avenue
Fort Riley, Kansas

Photo identification is required for entry to Fort Riley (i.e. a military or civilian ID or drivers license).