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See an 8-legged lamb, chairs created from antlers and more than two-centuries of Texas law artifacts with a visit to the Buckhorn Saloon & Museum and Texas Ranger Museum. A truly authentic Texas attraction, these conjoined museums include everything from a taxidermy Hall of Feathers to 'Ranger Town,' featuring its own working jail cell and a Bonnie and Clyde exhibit. Grab a locally brewed beer at the onsite saloon, where Teddy Roosevelt supposedly recruited his famous Rough Riders. You can even tour the museum with it. 

Highlights

  • Admission to the Buckhorn Saloon & Museum and Texas Ranger Museum, in San Antonio
  • Browse an array of animals and antlers in five halls full of rare and record-breaking specimens
  • See historic artifacts from the Texas Rangers, the oldest state law enforcement division in the United States
  • Check out Ranger Town, a recreation of San Antonio in the early 1900s that includes a replica of the Bonnie & Clyde getaway car
  • Visit the Buckhorn Saloon where it is rumored that Teddy Roosevelt recruited for the Rough Riders cavalry unit
  • Marvel at life-size dioramas of early Texas in the Hall of Texas History Wax Museum
  • Purchase lunch at the cafe or a locally brewed beer in the saloon

What You Can Expect

The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum and Texas Ranger Museum

For over 131 years, The Buckhorn Saloon has been known as a gathering place for good conversation, great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits.

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