“Here in the Plains Basin of North America, we find some of the most exceptional rock art in the Americas,” says Bonnie Lawrence-Smith, Curatorial Assistant… 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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The Buffalo Bill Center of the West has named Peter S. Seibert—former Executive Director of the Education, Research, and Historical Interpretation Division of the Colonial… Read More
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s McCracken Research Library and Draper Natural History Museum host a film screening of Wild Resurrection: The Untold Story of… Read More
The Cody Firearms Museum (CFM) at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West knows a thing or two about reloading—guns and rifle ammunition, that is.… Read More
A specific western furniture style was born in Cody in the 1930s. And for the past 30 years, its biggest fans have tried to spread… Read More
Wildlife biologist Zach Wallace’s work focuses on human impacts to wildlife and their habitats, with an emphasis on raptor ecology. At the next Draper Natural… Read More
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s hours change for the autumn season September 16. Mark your calendars for all the great fall activities the… Read More
“Sagebrush grasslands cover expansive areas of the western United States and provide critical habitat to hundreds of vertebrate species,” says Dr. Brian Mealor, Director of… Read More
If it’s September, it must be time for Rendezvous Royale—an art-and-artisan-filled celebration the third week of September in Cody, Wyoming. Adding to numerous city-wide events,… Read More
If this summer’s visitors to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West are any indication, nineteenth-century artist Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902) has a whole new following.… Read More