The Frontier Army Museum collects and preserves items used to tell the story of the Frontier Army from 1804 to 1916 and Fort Leavenworth from 1827 to the present day. Officially recognized as an Army Museum in 1960, the Museum preserves one of the finest collections of nineteenth century military artifacts in the country.
In order to visit the museum on post guests must visit the Visitor Control Center (VCC) and obtain a pass. At the VCC, reception clerks will verify that the vehicle driver has a valid license, registration and proof of insurance and that all passengers have either a driver's license or other form of government photo ID. Following a routine background check, visitors will receive a Temporary Pass and instructions allowing them to enter the installation. (913) 684-3600.
**Please note that after January 9th, 2017 many states IDs will not be sufficient. Please refer to: http://garrison.leavenworth.army.mil/index.php/myfort/services/services/...
for more information on acceptable IDs forms.