Looking for a unique field trip opportunity? BlueSTEM AgriLearning Center has the distinct ability to meet your cross curricular needs. Our center is situated on a historic site with a rich background. We can tailor your class’s needs that ties into what you are teaching in your classroom. We have two museums here at Fort Reno as well as the BlueSTEM AgriLearning Center.
At our STEM Center we can tailor activities that address your curricular needs. STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Let us know the content that you are covering in your classroom and we can customize activities and demonstrations to address those content standards.
Fort Reno has two museums. The first museum in located in the Fort Reno Visitor Center. There you can learn about the fort’s diverse past from the Indian Wars Era, to the Quartermaster Remount Era, to present day Grazinglands Research Laboratory Era. Also located at this museum is a Frederic Remington and Buffalo Soldier displays. To learn more click here.
The second museum is the U.S. Cavalry Museum and Research Library. This museum recently moved from Fort Riley, KS in April 2015. Historic Fort Reno and the US Cavalry Association share a common goal of preserving and presenting the history of the US Army and the cavalry branch in particular. Fort Reno receives thousands of visitors annually from around the globe. Co-locating with Historic Fort Reno will enable the US Cavalry Association to reach a broader audience. To learn more about the U.S. Cavalry click here.
We also have a chapel located at Fort Reno that was build by German and Italian POW’s during WWII.
Located to the west of Fort Reno is the Fort Reno Post Cemetery.
To schedule a field trip at Historic Fort Reno contact:
Ann Marshall-Education Coordinator
7107 W. Cheyenne St.
El Reno, OK