Welcome to the F.E. Warren AFB Intercontinental Ballistic Missile and Heritage Museum web site. The museum is located at F.E. Warren AFB, just west of Cheyenne Wyoming. The Museum is in historic Building 210, which was the Army commander’s headquarters at the turn of the century. You will find exhibits in the first floor rooms, as well as the museum annex building 211, depicting the history of missiles and that of the 90th Space Wing. On the second floor of Bldg. 210 are rooms that create a look back into the life of the men and women stationed at the post/base. National Park Service excavated an archeology site in 1991-1992, and the base has a Archeology Interpretive Center near Crow creek.
Note1: The museum is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.. Please see our hours and procedures.
Note2: Genealogy Researchers, there are no personnel or old unit records kept on this installation. You must contact the National Archives, in Washington D.C. Thank You
Visiting the Museum
Please contact the museum for information/special tours. Also, all non military members desiring to visit the museum would need to contact the museum for availability and access due to security measures.