Many items are on display including vintage badges, posters, costumes worn by famous actors, saddles, set props from the hit TV show Gunsmoke and Bonanza, various rifles and pistols owned by the likes of Annie Oakley, "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Jesse James, and Frank James.
Welcome to our museum exhibit featuring a collection of authentic and rare items from the Wild West era of American history. Our exhibit offers visitors a unique opportunity to step back in time and experience the thrill and excitement of the Old West, through a fascinating collection of artifacts and memorabilia from some of the most iconic figures and events of the era.
One of the highlights of our exhibit is the extensive collection of vintage badges, posters, costumes worn by famous actors, saddles, and set props from the hit TV shows Gunsmoke and Bonanza. Visitors can get up close and personal with these incredible items, experiencing the intricate details and unique designs that made these shows so iconic and beloved.
In addition to these famous TV shows, our exhibit also features an impressive array of rifles and pistols owned by legendary figures such as Annie Oakley, "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Jesse James, and Frank James. Visitors can see these incredible weapons up close, learning about their history and significance in the context of the Wild West era.
The exhibit also provides a rich historical context for these items, exploring the social and cultural landscape of the American West in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Visitors can learn about the many different factors that contributed to the rise of the Wild West, from the Gold Rush to the expansion of the railroad, and discover the many different individuals and groups that played a role in shaping this fascinating and complex era of American history.
Overall, our Wild West exhibit is a must-see attraction for anyone interested in the history and culture of the American West. Whether you are a fan of classic Western movies and TV shows or simply someone who appreciates the rich heritage and legacy of this fascinating period in American history, this exhibit is sure to engage and inspire you.