Tour the Museum
Current hours of operations are Monday-Friday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
For information please call 719-524-0915.
Location outside of the main gate, Fort Carson, CO, CO SH-115, across for the Cheyenne Mountain State Park.
The Mountain Post - A Museum to Remember
Join the MPHA for their 2nd Annual Golf Tournament to be held at Cheyenne Shadows Golf CourseClick here to Register for the 2nd Annual MPHA Golf Tournament
Roosters Remembers, The Veterans Video Project
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Who will tell their stories?
The Mountain Post Historical Association is a nonprofit corporation founded to build the Mountain Post Historical Center. The museum will tell the story of Fort Carson and pay tribute to its Soldiers – past, present and future – who served there. The Center will be a distinctive landmark located just outside the main gate of Fort Carson, directly across from Cheyenne Mountain State Park.
Primarily, the Center will promote greater appreciation and understanding of contributions made by Fort Carson Soldiers since Fort Carson’s activation in 1942. It will also serve as a tangible salute to thousands of men and women who served there, hundreds of whom made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedoms we enjoy today.
A board member of the Mountain Post Historical Center Association relates the following:
“I recently attended a World War II dinner for my father’s company and only 7 of the original 150 members remain. They wonder: how they will be remembered? Will they disappear into the dustbin of history until someone discovers an old diary or letter?”
Help us build the Mountain Post Historical Center
Many riveting stories are waiting to be told. Many fascinating artifacts are waiting to be shared. Whether you are a Soldier or a veteran, whether you want to pay tribute to a family member or friend who served, or are simply a patriot who wants to say “thanks,” please support the campaign today. Find out how you can help to make the museum a reality.
The MPHA is a 50l(c)(3) organization, which allows your contribution to be tax-deductible. In addition, this project has been designated as a Colorado State Enterprise project, so donors of $250 - $100,000 can qualify for a 25% state income tax credit.
~Tom Wiersma, Director Public Works, Fort Carson, CO, and former US Army Captain.