The Buffalo Bill Museum is a historical museum owned and operated by the City of Denver. The museum was created to preserve the honor and memory of legendary William F. Cody who was popularly known as ?Buffalo Bill.?
The museum also restores and preserves the gravesite of Cody together with nearby landmarks and structures located in Denver?s Lookout Mountain Park. The museum has also been tasked with interpreting artifacts while at the same time look for new materials related to Buffalo Bill. The museum was originally established by Johnny Baker in 1921 and was also known as the ?Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum? and was located near the grave of William S. Cody.
Visitors will find a number of rare items related to the legendary icon which has been placed on permanent display within the museum. This includes interactive displays, a few Native American head dresses and different types of rifles. Visitors would also be able to see different portraits and images of Buffalo Bill on display.
Museum guests can also join special events in the museum. This includes the museum?s annual celebration of Buffalo Bill?s birthday which is held on February 27. June 5 is also the commemoration of Buffalo Bill?s life and burial; both events attract hundreds of guests and filled with fun and games. The Buffalo Bill Museum also features temporary exhibits that still pertain to the life and times of the man known as Buffalo Bill.
Guests can also shop for the best items and memorabilia within the museum?s gift shop which features different souvenirs including authentic Stetson hats and even toys for children. The Museum also boasts an extraordinary caf? following the Wild West theme. Admission to the museum is as follows: adults are charged $5, senior citizens get in for $4 while children aged 6 to 15 have a ticket price of $1.
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