The Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave

The Museum has reopened with limited hours. The following rules have been applied to assure COVID-19 safety compliance. We ask all visitors to follow these rules so that we may remain open:

  • All staff and visitors must wear masks and observe social distancing guidelines.
  • Occupancy in the Museum galleries is limited to 30 people.
  • Exhibit entry is staggered and timed to assure even visitor flow.
  • To minimize person-to-person contact, all museum transactions are CREDIT CARD ONLY.

It is highly recommended that you arrive early! The Museum can be quite busy in the afternoons.  Morning visitors should experience little or no wait for entry while those arriving too late may find that no more tickets are available.


A Man to Admire
Born in 1846, William F. Cody experienced the Old West to its fullest. His skill as a buffalo hunter gained him the nickname "Buffalo Bill." Buffalo Bill's Wild West shows traveled the world leaving a lasting vision of the American West.
A Past to Remember
The Museum illustrates the life, times, and legend of William F. Cody. It includes exhibits about Buffalo Bill's life and the Wild West shows, Native American objects, and firearms. See Sitting Bull's bow and arrows, Buffalo Bill's show outfits, Frederick Remington's "Portrait of a Ranch Hand," and many other objects from the Old West in the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave.
A Grave with a View
Visit the one and only grave of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Located in Lookout Mountain Park, part of the Denver Mountain Parks system, the site overlooks the natural beauty of the Great Plains and the Rockies, attracting over 400,000 annual visitors. Learn more about the buffalo herd, wildlife, and natural attractions of the region through this link.

987 1/2 Lookout Mountain Road, Golden, CO 80401
Tel (303) 526-0744 |