Dodge City Ks Map - Kansas Cities, Boot Hill Museum, Dodge City Attractions - World Atlas
Dodge City is the windiest city in the United States with an average daily wind speed of over 22 mph.
It is illegal to spit on the sidewalk in Dodge City, Kansas.
It's still on the law books that all businesses must provide a horse watering trough in this town.
During the three years of 1872-1874, an estimated 850,000 Buffalo hides were shipped from Dodge City.
Dodge City Raceway Park The Dodge City Raceway Park is an exciting location for avid racing fans. The 3/8 mile dirt track attracts thousands of viewers each summer. It is a host to the National Sprint Car Tour. The Raceway hosts Hornet class, Stock, Modified, Sport Modified and NAPA Thunder Car events.
Every year the Dodge City Raceway hosts a Rock and Race Fest, combining hard-driving musical entertainment with the noise and excitement of stock car racing. The Raceway hosts special giveaways and themes including a Harley Davidson night.
Gunfighter's Wax Museum This unique Kansas attraction features life-size wax figures of Wild West heroes. Meet Sitting Bull, Buffalo Bill, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and Davey Crockett. An exhibit of members from the "Gunsmoke" television series, as well as other fictional western characters, is also featured.
The Gunfighter's Wax Museum is located above the Kansas Teacher's Hall of Fame, the first of its kind in the United States and another great stop on your Dodge City vacation. Open seven days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Boot Hill Museum Gunfight reenactments, saloon shows and chuck wagon dinners are part of the appeal at the Boot Hill Museum. This attraction incorporates historic Front Street and the Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame.
The museum recreates 'The Wickedest Little City in the West' in the late 1800's. Front Street is lined with the Long Branch Saloon, the Boot Hill Cemetery (where many Kansas natives, heroes and outlaws now rest), the Bank, the Undertaker and many more Dodge City establishments.
Excellent exhibits and films are dedicated to the Native American people of the plains, the saga of the American Buffalo, the Santa Fe Trail and the history of the railroads in Kansas. The Boot Hill Museum depicts the brutal reality of lawlessness that was Dodge City before the turn of the city.