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Dodge City - Boot Hill Museum

500 West Wyatt Earp Boulevard
620-227-8188

Mission & Vision Statement:

The mission of Boot Hill Museum is to preserve and interpret the Old West through exhibits, education and entertainment reflective of the area’s rich heritage.

Our vision for Boot Hill Museum is to be a recognized destination for our guests to experience the history and relive the legend of Dodge City.



Reviews

Russ Seidel

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Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018
Exceptional museum and recreation of the old main street. Gift shop is great, and the graves are certainly interesting to both read and take in. The buildings house a large amount of artifacts and present plenty of information and entertainment. We went out of our way to visit here a couple of years back and were not disappointed. A must for fans of the Old West.

Margaret

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Great museum for Old West history as it really happened. Excellent Native American exhibit. Definitely worth the trip!

Lori Oxendine

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Thursday, March 1, 2018
I visited while working in Kansas. Enjoyed walking thru museum. Takes you back to life and times of the wild West. Saloons and show girl's. You can even have a meal while watching the show.

Susan Glennon

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Monday, March 19, 2018
THIS IS A MUST DO IN DODGE CITY. HISTORIC REACOUNTMENT AND PRESERVED ARTIFACTS FROM A DAY GONE BY. EDUCATIONAL AND INTERESTING. BOOT HILL DODGE CITY IS A SOMBER FINAL RESTING PLACE OF MANY FRONTIERS MAN.

Lynn Goldsberry

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Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017
Nice little place to spend the day. It was mainly little store fronts and self-touring the time of year we went. The gift shop is very nice and the man working there was so helpful. If you have a family or small children, the "girly" pictures were rather distasteful and it definitely wasn't easy for someone in a wheelchair. They have a beautiful little chapel!

Boot Hill Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media