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Gunfighters Wax Museum

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Looking for a taste of a 1960s road trip, this is it.

This is on the second floor of the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame Museum, so it is fun to tell... read more

Reviewed June 25, 2018
Greenville, South Carolina
Fires the imagination

Ok, it's a bit corny, and some of it is a little weird (like Dracula & two Presidents featured in a... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2018
Sydney, Australia
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Located in the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame, this museum features life-size wax figures of famous, and infamous, cowboys of the Old West.
603 5th Ave, Dodge City, KS 67801-4335
+1 620-225-7311
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Reviewed June 25, 2018

This is on the second floor of the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame Museum, so it is fun to tell people you went to the Teacher's and Gunfighters museum in Dodge City. Very hokey, as wax museums are, but fun. The type of "tourist trap"...More

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Reviewed May 27, 2018

Ok, it's a bit corny, and some of it is a little weird (like Dracula & two Presidents featured in a gunfighters museum) but it's worth seeing as general background to the characters you will hear mentioned repeatedly in the history of Dodge City. Not...More

1  Thank aussiewanderers
Reviewed August 22, 2017

This is the museum that is combined with the Kansas Teachers. Has a few wax figures, don't know if they are all true to life.

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Reviewed July 24, 2017

This was my first wax museum, and it wasn't as good as I'd hoped. Many of the exhibits were dark, the halls were dark (to illuminate the artwork above the cases), and seemed small. Still, it was part of the Teachers Museum, so it's not...More

Thank d s
Reviewed July 12, 2017

We've seen movies and read articles about the Dodge City gunfighters, marshalls and gangsters for years, so this little museum was a must-do. The displays have probably been here for quite some time, but they're still nice and there are extensive descriptions regarding each person...More

1  Thank egraves888
Reviewed June 30, 2017

The was figures were as good as any was museum I have been too. Well placed, and nicely done. This is a smaller museum in with the Teacher Hall of Fame museum. We did not have to make any appointment, just walked in. The staff...More

Thank Michael W
Reviewed June 27, 2017

The folks running the museums were very kind and friendly. I will say however, that the price was pretty steep for what it was. If you're interested in Kansas schools and Wax this would be a good attraction but if you're only here for the...More

Thank Zantosa
Reviewed August 28, 2016

Below average wax works of many of the old west characters. They added in JFK and LBJ as well as Wolfman and Dracula. Not great work but sort of interesting.

1  Thank DR186
Reviewed August 25, 2016

I love to travel and visit museums. Although small everything is a learning experience. Not expensive.

Thank Jansanut
Reviewed July 1, 2016

Exhibits were nice, clean and comfortable inside. The wax "people" were poorly replicated. I think the artist/sculptor did a poor job of making them look authentic or "real like". I really do not know what Buffalo Bill or General Custer looked like in real life,...More

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May 6, 2017|
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Your best bet is to call ahead, when I was there in Dec, they were not there. It was viewing by appt only. The tourist town of Dodge City was also closed.