The history of the post, which dates from 1917, is also told in the museum. Two large scale models of the World War I and World War II post help tell that story. Photographs and artifacts further explain the post’s role during the past 99 years. The museum is
housed in Lloyd England Hall, an impressive structure on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in Camp Robinson, the museum is easily accessible from I-40, exit 150.
Visitors should be prepared to show vehicle registration and proof of insurance to enter the post.