Sheridan, End of the Track, oil by Chuck Bonner, Keystone Gallery. Read the story about the 1868 “wickedest town in the west”: Sheridan-Lawless City of the Plains (from the Kansas Territorial magazine). Listen to the Story “Hidden History – The Ghost Town of Sheridan Kansas 1868″.
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West , circa 1860-1880. Map shows the trails, forts, railroads, towns, and historic sites of the Wild West and inlcudes Buffalo Bill’s Heritage Trail – track his life through the Wild West.
The Buffalo Bill Cultural Center is a Kansas community partner Travel Information Center. We have Kansas state maps, brochures, and a great gift shop featuring many Kansas made products. Come in for travel assistance, enjoy a cup of coffee, and stay for a picnic lunch. We are pet friendly outside and inside. Our spacious parking lot can accommodate cars, RV’s, buses, and trucks of any size. Read More or call 785-671-1000 for more information.
Our monumental bronze sculpture is a must see if you are driving through Kansas. Voted one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Art, the sculpture commemorates the “Birthplace of the Legend” of Buffalo Bill.
Kansas Day 2017 – January 17, 18
This year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Buffalo Bill’s death by honoring him and sharing his important role in history and his time in Kansas. January 17th grades K-2 will participate in an interactive program about Buffalo Bill in Kansas. The Buffalo Bill Experience will be here on January 18th for grades 3-8
Call Michele by January 9 to schedule your class – 785-671-1000 To see program times and schedules go to 2017 Kansas Day