Featuring five internationally acclaimed museums under one roof. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center has been regarded as America's finest western museum. Consisting of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, the Buffalo Bill Museum, the Plains Indian Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum and the Draper Museum of Natural History. Admission to all five museums is good for two consecutive days.
Featuring one of the most comprehensive collections of American firearms, this museum showcases firearms crafted by manufacturers from around the world. Visitors have the chance to learn about the evolution of firearms from their early days.
Located at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, this museum houses roughly 20,000 sq ft of interactive exhibits. Learn about wildlife, geology and human presence in the greater Yellowstone area.
Learn about the personal and public lives of W.F. Buffalo Bill Cody, told in the context of the American West. The museum also explores the American cowboy, dude ranching, Western conservation and frontier entrepreneurship.
This museum tells the story of the Plains Indians, including their cultures, traditions, values and histories. The museum is located at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody.