They offer many works of Western Art and a black light exhibit in the Gem and Mineral Room plus a Native American Room with tribal artifacts. Exhibits constantly change and the museum has a variety of programs and lectures throughout the year. Downstairs is a 19th Century street scene with the Vulture Saloon, general store, and a blacksmith shop. Do not plan to breeze through this interesting museum. Spend some time and savor it. In front is an inspiring life-sized Joe Beeler sculpture, “Thanks for the Rain,” a praying cowboy on bended knee beside his faithful steed.
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