This place is fascinating. I do not like the cowboy movie genre, but this I enjoyed. William Hart turned his home over to the State so that all could enjoy it because it was the fruit of his labor and the public had provided him with the ability to become a great success in his craft and he wanted to give back. Other than the fact that you have to walk up a long, winding, climbing dirt path with signs that warn of rattlesnakes etc it is good place to go. The guide that we had on day of our visit was fun, very informative and encouraged us to take our time and pointed out many hidden gems and fun facts about the house and Bill as we went. There are incredible cowboy bronzes, paintings, books, western memorabilia etc and you have to make sure you listen to the talk and look in as many nooks and crannies as possible. Make sure you listen for the story of Bill's horse Fritz, it is funny enchanting. Look out for the herd of Bison that are residents in the grounds as well as the Pet cemetary at the bottom of the walk. There is also a gift shop, bunk house, look for the flag pole with the imprint of Bill's six guns at its base and many other quirky and enjoyable sights. I still don't like cowboys, but I really enjoyed visiting with William S. Hart.