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Buffalo Bill Cultural Center, Oakley

#28 of 57 in Sightseeing in Kansas
Landmark Visitor Center
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  • Part of a tour of western Kansas geology we stopped for a short visit. The statue itself is magnificent even though one may not agree with the ecology/ethics of buffalo slaughter. The visitor's center...  more »
  • We stopped on our way to Salina, Kansas, needing to stretch our legs. I am glad we stopped. The building was beautiful. Restrooms are new and clean. There is a gift shop which is nicely stocked. A who...  more »
  • The highlight of this visit is located outside. The giant larger than life bronze Sculpture of Buffalo Bill shooting a Bison is remarkable. The cultural center serves as a visitor's center and gift sh...  more »
  • Quit complaining about kids these days and take a carload here. Read the boards, find some trails, take a hike.
  • The people were very friendly and knowledgeable about the exhibits
  • Very educational about the history of the area and State the people that work in there made it a very pleasant experience
  • Friendly and clean visitors center--several good photo locations--kid and pet friendly
  • They had plenty to see and interesting things to read about the old West. I was in admiration about the whole place