Fort McKinley Museum


Barbara Wildes, born at the Fort McKinley Hospital, came back this summer to visit Diamond Cove.

The Fort McKinley Museum is owned by the Diamond Cove Homeowner’s Association and operated by a committee of volunteers. Open from July-September, the museum offers exhibits on the history of Fort McKinley as well as hosts several events throughout the summer. The museum offers historical presentations, tours, hosts visiting authors, and offers movie screenings.

 

Please visit the museum’s website for more information: Fort McKinley Museum

 

Tours of the Fort are offered to any interested party by a group of volunteers.  Please sign up in advance by emailing shaylyn and we will work to find a mutually convenient time for a tour of Fort McKinley. Diamond Ave,, from the DC dock to the gate, is open to the public where you will find historical buildings with signs containing QR codes for further information. The area off Diamond Ave is private property and requires a guided tour for access.  Please respect the privacy of our homeowners.

 Open hours for the Summer 2017 season are:


Friday – Monday
11:00 am- 2:30 pm