Virtual Tour

Historic Fort Reno Virtual Tour

The Historic Fort Reno Campus includes twenty-five buildings of historic significance and the Post Cemetery. It has also has a long rich history from its use as Remount station and POW Camp, as well as, its ties with the Darlington Indian Agency and the Oklahoma Land Runs.

Group tours can be scheduled by calling the Visitor Center & Museum at 405-262-3987.

Take a tour, past and present, of the Historic Fort Reno landscape.

Circa 1944 Chapel built by German POWs held at Fort Reno during World War II
1936 Veterinarian Quarters, now serving at Fort Reno Visitor Center & Museum
1878 Victorian Mansion
Post Cemetery Circa 1874-1948
Post Cemetery Circa 1874-1948
Post Cemetery Circa 1874-1948
Post Cemetery Circa 1874-1948
1876 Married Officers Duplex – Underwent Complete Restoration in 2015
Guardhouse Circa 1878-This is where David Payne “Father of Land” signed land documents for the 1889 & 1892 Land Runs
Commissary Circa 1878
Circa 1876 Commander’s Quarters – Underwent complete restoration in 2015
Circa 1944 Chapel built by German & Italian POWs held at Fort Reno during World War II
Circa 1944 Chapel built by German & Italian POWs held at Fort Reno during World War II
Circa early 1900s Aerial View of Fort Reno Quartermaster Depot
Aerial View of Officers’ Club, Polo Field, Racetrack that was approximately 700 yards to the East of the now Visitor Center Museum

Aerial Shot of the Parade Ground Circa March 1, 2012