If catastrophe were imminent for the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, and everyone served as curators, what would each snatch as he or she… Read More
Buffalo Bill Center of the West Newsroom
Here you'll find news about all the events, programs, family fun, special exhibitions, new object acquisitions, and much more going on at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West!
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For more information and story opportunities, contact Acting Director of Public Relations by e-mailing Marguerite House or calling 307-578-4137.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has chosen the Papers of William F. Cody at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West as one… Read More
Once prevalent in Yellowstone National Park, peregrine falcons were absent by 1970. Their decline, as well as that of other birds of prey, can be… Read More
After a trip to northwest Wyoming in 1899, Ernest Thompson Seton published Wahb: The Biography of a Grizzly through a series of three articles for… Read More
With a gift from the Rosewood Foundation of Dallas, Texas, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Draper Natural History Museum has named its Geology… Read More
For the vast majority of museums and visitors, Smithsonian magazine’s annual Museum Day is a great opportunity: Museums get exposure, and visitors get free admission… Read More
Beginning Wednesday, September 16, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West moves to its fall schedule—open 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily. This schedule is… Read More
The massive earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, 2015, killed more than 8,600 people, injured nearly 17,000, and displaced an estimated 2.8 million.* Beyond… Read More
Yes, you can win stuff UPDATE: Click here to see the entries so far! We launched our Online Collection—information and images of more than 22,000… Read More
Bighorn sheep and mountain goats are two of the iconic animals of the rugged mountain ranges of the northern Rocky Mountains. Yet according to wildlife… Read More