The grounds on the 18-acre site of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum are replete with color and movement. Placed throughout the space are a series of outdoor sculptures ranging from Welcome Sundown greeting visitors at the entrance to Buffalo Bill perched high atop Persimmon Hill and Ring of Bright Water nestled safely in a little grove of trees in Hambrick Garden. These fine art works are viewed among trees, flowers, ponds, and running streams that create a tranquil outdoor setting, which completely complements the indoor setting of the museum in every aspect.

Indoors the iconic haunting End of the Trail, pensive Abraham Lincoln and majestic Canyon Princess are favorites among visitors.



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