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Gunfighters Wax Museum

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Lynne wrote a review Aug 2019
5 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a very odd, yet entertaining attraction. The owner put together an interesting array of wax figures. The inclusion of Frankenstein and Wolfman with the gunfighters was interesting. $8 is a little steep for what you see, but no regrets.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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texaskids4 wrote a review Aug 2019
Amarillo78 contributions48 helpful votes
The Wax museum/Teachers HOF/museum is located conveniently right by Boot Hill. Myself, my 70 year old mom and 10 y/o son all enjoyed! The Wax Museum is small but still fun.(Don't expect like a Ripley's wax museum--that's not what you get!) The teachers hall of fame/museum was a LOT more interesting than I expected! I would call this a "school museum" So many items for my childhood and my moms! They've done and amazing job restoring an old 1 room school house. The ladies that run this with the Teachers museum were super friendly and knowledgeable!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Roy C wrote a review Jul 2019
Whispering Pines, North Carolina524 contributions111 helpful votes
Co-located with the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame, we visited in order to kill time before our supper at the Boot Hill Museum and to get out of the heat. The figures are so-so and there are a few unexpected ones, such as Jack Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. Kennedy's almost looked like him. Additional figures included Dracula, the Wolfman and Frankenstein's monster. All in all it was okay. We weren't interested in the Teachers, as we are not from Kansas. My wife bought some locally made coasters (from a straw concoction) and received a discount. In answer to one of the questions further below: There is no WiFi here.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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blueman66 wrote a review Jun 2019
Steamboat Springs, Colorado446 contributions67 helpful votes
you can tell it is an older wax museum it was ok, but i have been to alot better ones. the wax people were all behind glass.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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revDB wrote a review Sep 2018
Edmond, Oklahoma695 contributions166 helpful votes
The wax museum itself was good was very 1960s was well done and was very unique however it's tied in with the teachers Hall of Fame which was very interesting and the ladies that run it were very nice teachers that I wouldn't mind changing their classroom when I was a child they were knowledgeable friendly and very warm and definitely a place worth attending while in Dodge City
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Date of experience: September 2018
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