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Wild Bill Hickok in Hays City

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Wild Bill Hickok in Hays City

You will find Wild Bill and Miss Agnes (Dave Wood & Dena Drummond) in person visiting in the Saloon at the Ellis County Historical Society Museum during Wild West Fest. Dust off your cowboy boots and mosey on over to the Saloon at the Ellis County Historical Society Museum, Historic downtown Hays. He will teach you how to play a cowboy card game. Bring your camera. JOIN IN ALL THE FUN!

Regular Museum hours are 10am-5pm, Tuesday - Saturday and 1pm-6pm on Sunday.

Wild Bill Hickok in Hays City

Address : Ellis County Historical Society Museum, 100 West 7th Street - Hays, KS 67601 Hays KS
Phone : 785-628-2624   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 785-628-0386

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Admission Fee : Adults $6; children ages 6-12 -$2; under 6 yrs and ECHS members are free

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