History & Culture
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Fort Huachuca was established in 1877 as a temporary camp near the Huachuca Mountains, and today it houses the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School.
The Fort Huachuca Museum serves the Fort by collecting, preserving and exhibiting artifacts representing its own history and the history of the military in the Southwest. Opened in 1960, the Museum houses several thousand objects and documents, many on display in attractive exhibits telling stories of the Fort's one hundred and thirty-five-year story.
The Museum is located in two buildings on the Fort's historic Old Post and is open to the public without charge.
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