Frequently Asked Questions about the Museum
- Where is the Fort Concho National Historic Landmark Museum located?
630 South Oakes Street, San Angelo, TX 76903. (325) 481-2646
- When are you open?
We are open Monday through Saturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm and Sunday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Museum is closed on New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
- What is the price of admission?
|Monday - Sunday
||Tuesday - Sunday *
|Seniors and Military
||Seniors and Military
Children under six are free
Group Discounts Available
There is no charge to view our Visitor Center in Barracks 1.
Call (325) 657-4444 for tour information
* Guided tours are at specific times each day and
subject to staff availability.
- Where do we begin the tour of Fort Concho?
Begin your visit of the fort at the Visitor Center in Barracks 1. The building is located on the north side of the site in the first long limestone building off South Oakes Street. Site information and tours are available here.
- Do you have a gift shop?
The Gift Shop (Sutler's Store) is located in the Barracks 1 Visitors Center. We have a wide selection of history books, souvenirs, clothing, and children’s items.
- Where are your restroom facilities?
We have three public restroom facilities on site:
Inside Barracks 1 Visitors Center, behind Barracks 5 & 6, and behind the Headquarters Building.
- How do you get to San Angelo and Fort Concho?
The fort is less than a half-mile south of downtown San Angelo via South Oakes Street. You can reach San Angelo via US Highways 67, 87, and 277. We are 3 1/2 hours from San Antonio, Fort Worth, Austin, and Wichita Falls; 90 minutes from Abilene; and 2 hours from Midland-Odessa.
- May I take pictures?
Sure; and if you have some exceptional ones, send us a copy!
- Are the buildings wheelchair accessible?
All programs, events, and displays are on the ground floors, and all buildings have a system of ramps that should accommodate all wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are available for use on site and guided tours can utilize a small shuttle. Modern city streets can be used to park closer to some of the tour buildings.
- Where can I park?
General parking is located across South Oakes street from the Visitors Center. An on-demand light will control traffic as you cross the street. You may also drop off individuals or groups in the unloading zone before parking in the lot.