Experience the days of soldier and steed and southern hospitality.
The 6th Cavalry Museum preserves the rich military history of the “Fighting Sixth” Cavalry, stationed at The Post at Fort Oglethorpe 1919 - 1942. The story of the 6th Cavalry is illustrious, beginning in 1861 as a U.S. Cavalry Regiment to present day. Located on the Post’s original parade ground/polo field, the area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, surrounded by officer’s homes and other Post buildings. Visited by presidents, military heroes and celebrities, the museum houses artifacts, uniforms, weapons, accoutrements, photos, and vehicles.
Step back in time to the era of the horse soldier by visiting the 6th Cavalry Museum.
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The participants, their vehicles and displays and the general public at Remembering Our Heroes have not given permission for commercial use of any images from the event.
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July 12 - 15 - Sail into Art (Summer Art Camp)
Details for all our events are on the EVENTS page.
The 6th United States Cavalry in the
Civil War A History and Roster
Congratulations to 6th Cavalryman
Jimmy Jones on the publication of his book “The 6th United States Cavalry in
the Civil War.” We are thrilled to call him one of our own. Jones co-wrote the
book with retired Army cavalry officer Donald C. Caughey.
Books are available at 6th
Cavalry Museum at the discounted price of $30. You save $9.95 and
the museum receives a $30 donation as 100 books were donated by Jones to
benefit the museum.
Traveling Trunks Now Available!
Do you teach grades 5 - 8? Then you
may be interested in our new traveling trunks on Civil War Medical Care.
Download the flyer for more details.
6th Cavalry Museum
member of the 6th Cavalry Museum for only $25 a year. Your annual membership
grants you free unlimited admission to the museum for two plus two admissions
to "Remembering Our Heroes."