Admission: Free Admission
Hours: Daily, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, except December 25 - 26 and January 1 - 2
Address: 437 Quanah Road
Guided Tours for large groups may be arranged by contacting the museum. Persons wishing to donate items to the museum, provide historical information, arrange museum tours or gain access to research facilities should come to the museum administrative office at the same address.
Come visit us in Fort Sill, Oklahoma
The Pontotoc Co. Historical and Genealogical Society was organized in October, 1967 in the home of Mrs. Mattie Logsdon at Ada...
Geronimo Burial Ground on Fort Sill, Oklahoma Geronimo "one who yawns" was a prominent Native American leader of the Chiricahua Apache who fought against Mex...
Geronimo, the great Apache Medicine Man, was buried in the Apache Cemetery at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. This footage was taken in 2003.
On Feb. 17, 2009, a press conference was held in Washington, D.C., at the National Press Club. It featured Harlyn Geronimo, the great grandson of the legenda...
On day 3 of my expedition to research Weird Oklahoma, I encountered Geronimo's grave, saw a giant nuclear cannon and narrowly missed a ghost.
A look inside of the Fort Sill Guardhouse on this famous frontier post. Geronimo lived his last years at Fort Sill. Contrary to legends, he did not live in t...
Beef Creek Apache Cemetary on Fort Sill's east range. Final resting place of noted warrior Geronimo, Loco, Nana, and many others in nearby graves.