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A wide selection of brochures about Fort Larned, the Santa Fe Trail, other national parks, and other attractions is available in the Fort Larned NHS visitor center.
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Explore the history of the Santa Fe Trail and find out where you can see actual trail ruts.
From hooves to wheels, learn how transportation evolved on this great artery of commerce through the Southwest.
Explore Fort Larned's natural areas and discover some of the long-lost structures that once made the fort's operation possible.
The final resting place for many of the soldiers stationed here, and location of the 1867 monument raised by the soldiers themselves.
Fort Larned was one of the first frontier posts where these new soldiers were stationed. Read about their history here.
This handy little artillery piece was the Army's work horse on the frontier for 50 years. Learn what made it so special.
Before the Americans moved across the plains, the Spanish were exploring the vast interior of the North American continent.
Army officer, Indian Agent and the "best friend the Cheyenne and Arapaho ever had."
Last updated: January 13, 2018
1767 KS Hwy 156
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