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Dodge City Area Attractions

Boothill Museum & Front Street
Boothill Museum is a western history museum located on the original site of Boot Hill Cemetery in downtown Dodge City, Kansas.  Through different programs, reconstructions, and demonstrations life in the 19th Century Dodge City is interpreted for more than 100,000 visitors annually.

Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame
The Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame is the first one of its kind in the United States. It is dedicated to the early and present day teachers who have devoted their lives to this fine profession. Inside the Hall of Fame you will find the memorial Room with donor plaques and the memorial Book, the Hall of Fame Gallery, with pictures and information concerning all who have been taken into the Hall of Fame. 

Home of Stone
Constructed of native limestone is a three story 1881 house museum.  Many of the original furnishings are still on display, plus one room in the home is filled with pioneer memorabilia of Dodge City and the surrounding area.

Fort Dodge
An important military outpost of the western frontier, was established for the protection of wagon trains and the U.S. Mail.  The fort converted to a Kansas Soldiers Home in 1890 and original buildings, erected in 1867, are still in use today.

Gunfighters Wax Museum
Visit the Gunfighters Wax Museum and see the life-size wax figurines of famous western personalities like Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, Doc Holliday, Belle Starr, Davey Crockett, Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane, Frank and Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Doc, Miss Kitty, Festus and many, many more!

Welcome to the Official Dodge City Chapter of the Santa Fe Trail Association (SFTA). Watercolors in Header Image is courtesy of Doug Holdread, Trinidad, Colorado.
Sante Fe Trail Tracks
Located west of Dodge City, are part of the original wagon trail used by pioneers and commercial traders from 1821 to the 1880's.

Dodge City Trolley
Visit places where history was made along the Santa Fe Trail, Fort Dodge, other old west locations and cattle stockyards on a historic site tour during the summer months and selected Saturdays in April.

Coronado Cross, Dodge City Kansas

Coronado Cross
A 38' cross marks the site where Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, a Spanish explorer is said to have crossed the Arkansas River in 1541 in search of the fabled cities of gold.

Carnegie Center for the Arts

Carnegie Center for the Arts 
Listed on the National Register for Historic Sites, the 1907 building formerly housed a Dodge City library and is now headquarters for the Dodge City Area Arts Council featuring regional artists.

Longhorn Park
Features a small herd of longhorn cattle commemorating the cattle drives of yesteryear. See the cattle as graze over 40 acres outside of Dodge City.  These cattle were driven to Dodge City from Texas in the late 1800's.

Garden City Zoo
Travel to Garden City and go on a Safari! The Lee Richardson Zoo offers beautiful grounds and fascinating creatures from all over the globe. Over 350 animals are displayed within the 47-acre grounds. The zoo is designed for fun, learning and discovery and is accessible by foot, car or bicycle. Pedestrians are admitted free, while non-member vehicles pay a nominal admission fee.

     
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