This site presents information on the General George Patton Museum and its volunteer program. It offers news on their work on projects, events, exhibits and the general support they offer the museum through photos and material from various contributors who have generously added to this site.
6-10-13 - Explore the new General George Patton Museum of Leadership with Museum Director Chris Kolakowski in a four-part series chronicling the remaking of the Patton Museum. Go to the link here for the first part, here for the second, here for the third and here for the fourth.
- The Patton
Museum Volunteer News section has been updated showing recent
work inside the museum.
Effective November 1, 2012, the museum will be closed Sundays. The museum will also be closed the week between Christmas and New Years, December 23, 2012 to January 2, 2013.
new museum operating hours are:
Effective at the close of business on November 24, 2012, the Patton Gallery will be closed to the public. This is necessary for us to do some prep and restoration on the Patton artifacts before they go back on display next June, 2013.
Patton Museum volunteers wish to express their gratitude and support
to all of the men and women serving in our armed forces worldwide.
Our hope for everyone is a safe and speedy return home.
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Patton Museum Grand Opening Scheduled for June 14
museum will be closed to the public June 10-13 to ensure final exhibit
preparations and will reopen to the public on June 14 at the conclusion
of the opening ceremony at 10:00 a.m.
On March 30, two Patton Museum volunteers conducted another search of areas on post. Go to GHOSTS OF FORT KNOX Part II to see photos and text from this day of exploration.
SEARCHING FOR HISTORY
Patton Museum volunteers, with the cooperation of Range Control, conducted
a search of certain areas on post in hopes of discovering forgotten
artifacts that will help the museum tell the story of Fort Knox's history.
Go to GHOSTS
OF FORT KNOX to see what was found on the first search.
PATTON MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS