Fort Apache and Theodore Roosevelt School National Historic Landmark

Explore the region and enjoy your visit

Mission

To Facilitate the Culture and Heritage Preservation and Perpetuation Activities of the White Mountain Apache Tribe by Providing Financial and Technical Assistance to the Tribe’s Heritage Program; Supporting the Restoration and Revitalization of the Fort Apache Historic District.

Your Chance to Help! Donate

You can help bring Fort Apache back into the service of the White Mountain Apache people. Tax-deductible contributions to the Foundation’s Permanent Endowment will support local history and Apache heritage programs forever!

Amenities

Fort Apache Amenities

NOHWIKE’ BÁGOWA MUSEUM

SONG AND DANCE GROUNDS

THEODORE ROOSEVELT INDIAN BOARDING SCHOOL

Fort Apache History

Our History

The land upon which Fort Apache now stands had been used by the Apaches for hundreds of years. The surrounding mountains all have names in the Apache language.

Get Involved

The Fort Apache Heritage Foundation always has opportunities for volunteer contributors! Please visit Nohwike’ Bágowa Museum or contact us for more information.

Upcoming Events

May 11 - 21st Annual Great Fort Apache Heritage Celebration

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Phone & Email

(928) 338 – 4625
info@fortapachearizona.org

Museum Hours

Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
Saturdays & Sundays from May – September: 11am – 3pm

Address

127 Scout St.
Fort Apache, AZ 85926