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Dodge City, Kansas Attractions
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Choose from the following attractions:
Home of Stone Fort Dodge
Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame Gunfighters Wax Museum
Dodge City Zoo Dodge City Trolley
Santa Fe Trail Tracks Coronado Cross
Cattle Feedlot Overlook Carnegie Center for the Arts
Longhorn Park DCF&B Railroad
Boot Hill Museum and Front Street Dodge City Convention & Visitors' Bureau

Dodge City Convention & Visitor's Bureau

P. O. Box 1474
400 West Wyatt Earp Blvd.
Dodge City, Kansas 67801
Phone: (316) 225-8186 or (800) OLD WEST


Boot Hill Museum and Front Street

Front Street & Fifth Street
Dodge City, Kansas
Phone: (316) 227-8188

Located on the original site of the Boot Hill Cemetery. Many features are available, and includes: living history displays, stagecoach rides, gunfight re-enactments, chuck-wagon dinners, Saloon variety shows and more.

Please call for details and hours. Fee for admission


DCF&B Railroad

Sycamore and Minneola Rd.
Dodge City, Kansas
Phone: (316) 225-3232

16 miles round trip through the "old west". The ride includes on-board entertainment. Snacks and gifts may also be purchased. Dinner service is also offered on specific days. Please call for details and hours of operation


Longhorn Park

1 mile east of Dodge City on US Hwy 50

This park commemorates the cattle drive and maintains a small herd of longhorns. Free admission.


Carnegie Center for the Arts

701 Second
Dodge City, Kansas
Phone: (316) 225-6388

This center is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. This restored library features many art exhibits. Please call for hours and details.


House of Stone

112 E. Vine
Dodge City, Kansas
Phone: (316) 227-6791

Built in 1881, this three-story limestone house is open June through August or by appointment during the rest of the year. Many of the original furnishings are displayed here. Free admission


Fort Dodge

East Hwy. U.S. 154
Dodge City, Kansas
Phone: (316) 227-2121

Fort Dodge is only five miles east of Dodge City. It was a supply depot and base of operation against warring Indians from 1865 - 1882. It is still utilized today as a Kansas Soldier's Home. There are self-guided walking tours on the grounds. Open daily 1-4 pm. Free admission.


Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame
603 Fifth
Dodge City, Kansas
Phone: (316) 225-7311

This facility is dedicated to teachers - both past and present and the first of its kind in the United States. Please call for hours and details.


Gunfighters Wax Museum

In the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame

See life-size wax figures of famous western cowboys and the like. Fee for admission


Dodge City Zoo

located in Wright Park
Open daily, except in bad weather. Free admission


Dodge City Trolley

Departures from Third and W. Wyatt Earp
Dodge City, Kansas

Call the Convention & Visitors' Bureau for more information about the trolley at: (316) 225-8186. Visit Fort Dodge, cattle stockyards, other "old west" locations, as well as historic sections of the Santa Fe Trail. Admission fee charged


Santa Fe Trail Tracks

W. Hwy. 50
Dodge City, Kansas

See the original wagon trail tracks about nine miles west of Dodge City. The area is on the National Register of Historic Sites. The trail was used from 1821 to 1872.


Coronado Cross

E Hwy. 154
Dodge City, Kansas

This cross stands 38 feet tall and marks the spot where Francisco Vasques de Coronado crossed the Arkansas River while searching for the "Cities of Gold" in 1541. Free admission


Cattle Feedlot Overlook

East of Dodge City on US Hwy 50

You can view the largest operations in the Southwest from this vantage point, 2 ½ miles east of Dodge City.


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