We welcome groups to visit Historic Fort Steuben.

The tour of the Fort and the First Federal Land Office takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Visitors also have access to the Museum Shop. The cost for groups with reservations is $$7 per person. Please have admission fee in one check or envelope when you arrive.

A group tour reservation form is required (click here).

Historic Fort Steuben is wheelchair accessible and welcomes groups and individuals with disabilities. Please call for arrangements.


The 18th century comes alive for students during a visit to Historic Fort Steuben.

Tours include map and surveying demonstrations of the Northwest Territory, a Lewis & Clark display, as well as visits to the First Federal Land Office, the Officers' Quarters, the Enlisted Men's Quarters, the Quartermaster's, the Artificer Shop, the Hospital, the Commissary, the Guardhouse and the Frontiersman's Camp. The Museum Shop is a popular stop, too.

• In the Hospital learn about frontier medicine
• The archaeological site reveals the hidden past
• Interpreters tell the stories of the fort
• See how the enlisted men lived
• Learn about surveying using 18th century tools and techniques
• Optional "Make it & Take it" activities are available

Students can enjoy their bag lunch in the historian hall or on benches and picnic tables on the grounds. The cost for school, scout or youth groups is $4/student; add a craft for $2 more. Adults are $6/person with one free adult for every 10 students.

Click here to download a field trip reservation form.


For schools, group homes, senior centers and others who cannot visit the Fort for budgetary or travel reasons, we can bring a Virtual Tour to you! Click here to learn more!


Self-guided tours are always available but an informative and friendly Interpreter can be scheduled upon request.

Admission Donations to Fort: Adults, $9; Seniors (60+), $8; Youth 6-12, $5; Under 6, Free.
Feel free to inquire about member discounts.