A lot of history is contained within this relatively small space. This museum showcases exhibits dating back to the American Civil War all the way through to 21st century Astronauts. Much to learn and much to consider regarding African-Americans presence in the United States armed forces. Tip. Admission is free on Thursdays from 1PM to 5PM. Enjoy ☺
First time I visited the Buffalo Soldier Museum.. It was a very beautiful building and taught me alot about the soldiers and what they went though... But I was there for work.. doing a catering job.. it turned out really nice I would say... I going to upload some pictures of the catering area and you can see some of the Museums features..
It's a nice place to burn a hour if you take your time. Not worth the price, interesting artifacts and pieces of history though! This is one of the few places you can bring to teach the kids about local American history.
Buffalo Soldiers National Museum was venue for a Mike Bloomberg Campaign initiative. For this event display rooms seemed more spacious since my last visit. The main room was packed with people and created a fire hazard. A lady who was trying to leave the event tripped and fell over a makeshift stair case leading up to Media stage. I am surprised the stage didn't crash. The other rooms were bare with lots of food and drink. The event was great. Yolanda Adams was guest singer. Mayor Turner preached like he was at Church. Pastor Ralph West lead the opening prayer.
Very nice 50th Wedding Anniversary gathering was held there tonight. Beautiful event room setting. I had no idea this Museum had event rooms. You can also look around the museum. Only issue was listening to band try to outplay the band performing for another event going on in the room next door.
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