This is your ticket back to the Old West in Wichita! Lawmen and outlaws are coming to Old Cowtown Museum this season for the exciting “Age of the Gunfighter” event.
The best gun-fighting re-enactors from the region will perform. See who’s the fastest – or the most authentic – draw in the west.
This should be a great time to go visit the Cowtown Museum. There will be gunfights and other historical character re-enactments taking place all day throughout Cowtown.
Other entertainment throughout the Age of the Gunfighter event includes:
- Re-enactors who are so talented, they’ll make you believe you’re actually talking to larger-than-life figures such Doc Holliday or Buffalo Bill Cody
- Historical campsites
- Chuckwagon demos
- Old time medicine show
- Dancing saloon girls
- Snacks, hot dogs and sarsaparilla in the Saloon and Roxie’s Riverside Mexican Food
- Longhorn cattle
- and more
Age of the Gunfighter celebrates the mythic Wild West that was described on the pages of the most popular entertainment of the time – the dime novel. Dime novels depicted an era populated with dance hall girls and proper Victorian women as well as outlaws and lawmen who followed the code of the West and settled disputes with gunfights.
Regular admission of $9 for adults, $8 seniors, $7 youth (12-17) and $6 for kids (5-11) applies. Children under 4 and museum members get in free.
Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Old Cowtown Museum, 1865 W. Museum Blvd., Wichita, KS 67203
Cost: Regular admission for ages 5+; free for children under 4; free for museum members.
For more information about Age of the Gunfighter, go to www.OldCowtown.org or call 316-350-3323.