• Col. Charles Young / Youngsholm / Buffalo Soldiers in Cuba

    Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers

    National Monument Ohio

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Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument is the nation's 401st NPS site.

NPS / Tom Engberg

Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument is currently being developed for visitor use. It is not yet open to the visiting public for regular visitation hours, but interpretive programs and exhibits are under development and guided tours of the house for select days in 2014 are now listed.

Events and tours of the park may be available on an infrequent basis. To view any upcoming events or open tours of the park, you can also visit one of the park's social media pages as newly announced dates and times for events will be posted there too.

For up-to-date information on the history and planning of the park, information on tours and information on volunteer opportunities, please contact park staff by email or call 513-607-0315.

Did You Know?


The term "Buffalo Soldier" derives from the Plains Indians who encountered and fought the African-American troops on the frontier in the late 19th century. It is said that the Indians referred to the black cavalry troopers as "Buffalo Soldiers" because their hair resembled that of the hair on the buffalo and because of their fierce nature of fighting, which emulated the buffalo as well.