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Buffalo Bill Museum/The Lone Star Steamer


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Tribute to legendary native "Buffalo Bill" Cody, as well as a memorial to American Indians, pioneers, and steamboat days. View the "Lone Star Steamer, " the last wooden-hull sternwheeler and a National Historic Landmark. Learn of Professor James Ryan, inventor of the "black box" and James Eads, engineer of the Eads Bridge in St. Louis. See the famous Green Tree, a Mississippi River landmark.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Sat., noon-5 Sun., May 15-Oct. 15; 9-5 Sat., noon-5 Sun., Oct. 16-May 14.
Address: 200 N. River Dr.
Phone: 563-289-5580
Our Website:www.buffalobillmuseumleclaire.com

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Buffalo Bill Museum/The Lone Star Steamer

Tribute to legendary native "Buffalo Bill" Cody, as well as a memorial to American Indians, pioneers, and steamboat days. View the "Lone Star Steamer, " the last wooden-hull sternwheeler and a National Historic Landmark. Learn of Professor James Ryan, inventor of the "black box"

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