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Interpretive Center - FORT PHIL KEARNY HISTORIC SITE
 

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Interpretive Center - FORT PHIL KEARNY

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Fort Phil Kearny Interpretive Center introduces visitors to the 1000 acres that we own/manage/interpret.

Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site interprets the Bozeman Trail Forts and Plains Indian Wars 1866-1868, namely Battle of the Hundred in the Hand (Fetterman Battle) and Wagon Box Fight.  Fort Phillip Kearny was the largest stocked fort west of the Mississippi and the Fetterman Battle was the largest loss of life suffered by the US Army at the hands of a native force up until Battle of the Little Bighorn, 10 years after the Fetterman.  It was considered a major national upset/tragedy.

 

LocationLocation

I-90 Exit 44, 3 miles off exit 44

AvailabilityAvailability
  • May 1 – Sept. 30, 8-6 pm. Everyday including holidays.  
  • Oct. 1 – Dec. 21 Noon – 4 Wed. - Sunday
FeesFees
  • Day Use Fees Apply – No additional fees for Interpretive Center
 
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Site Status

 

 We are open. Please view our hours to find a good time to visit!

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Hours

 
  • 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day, May 1 - Sept. 30
  • 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wed - Sunday October 1 - Dec. 21
  • Dec. 22 - April 30 CLOSED
  • Appointments accepted during CLOSED season.

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