Welcome to the 10th Mountain Division & Fort Drum Museum
The Mission of the 10th Mountain Division & Fort Drum Museum is to collect and preserve the material history of the 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum. Using the collected material to present the history of each from its formation to the present; with the goal of being honest and accurate as well as establishing espri de corps in Soldiers, their families, civilian personnel, and the local community.
The US Army has enjoyed a connection to the local community starting at Sackets Harbor and growing to the eventual existence of Fort Drum. Multiple Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, and foreign military units have trained on Fort Drum. Forever connected to the Fort Drum story and bringing a history dating to World War II is the 10th Mountain Division’s history which continues to today’s modern 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) fighting the ‘War on Terror.’ The Division has participated in the battle for Riva Ridge, Mount Belvedere and the Po Valley and Operations Restore Hope, Uphold Democracy, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom. Today’s 10th Mountain Division Soldier continues to add to this history, taking into battle the lessons learned.
The Museum is also proud to share the Heritage Center building with the Fort Drum USO and Off The Beatin' Path Gifts.
Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Closed Weekends and Federal Holidays
Location & Directions
Building 10502, South Riva Ridge Loop
Fort Drum, NY 13602
From I-81, take Exit 48 and follow the signs to Fort Drum. Be prepared to show a photo ID at the installation gate. After entering through the North Gate, turn right on Mount Belvedere Blvd, then left on South Riva Ridge Loop. Follow South Riva Ridge Loop until you see the Heritage Center building on your left.
Please note that in order to enter Fort Drum you must present a DoD ID Card. Those not in posession of a DoD ID Card must be sponsored by a DoD ID Card holder to gain access. Learn more about the process here: passid.aspx
Phone – (315) 774-0355
Fax – (315) 774-0358
Curator’s email – firstname.lastname@example.org