The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is the perfect destination for group tours, from commercial bus tour excursions to family reunions. Book your group tour with us and connect to the stories of the American West!
Take a quick video tour!
Groups of 15 or more pre-formed, non-commercial groups—conventions, corporate, youth clubs, religious, reunions, senior clubs and centers, universities.
- Adult / seniors: $18
- Youth (ages 6 – 17): $11
- Children (ages 5 and younger): Free!
Rates for 2023 are $18 per person for commercial tours; click here for our WY Supplier sheet. For more information, please e-mail Custom Events & Group Travel Manager Josie Hedderman or call 307-578-4000.
“Favorite Museum for Groups” winner!
We are honored to have been named a bronze award as one of America’s “favorite museums for group travelers” by the National Tour Association (NTA)—article starts on page 24 of this link, the leading association for professionals serving travelers to, from, and within North America. The Center tied for bronze with New York’s American Museum of Natural History. Gold award went to the Smithsonian Institution and silver to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Facility features and amenities:
|Eatery & Coffee Bar||Points West Market|
|Auditorium (seats 160)||Classrooms|
|Free parking (see map)||Bus unloading area|
|Wheelchairs||Foreign language guides (see below)|
|Immaculate restrooms||Outdoor sculpture gardens|
|Research library||Free internet access|
|Automated teller machine||Short history of the Center|
Foreign Language Visitor Guides
- Chinese (Simple) language guide
- Chinese (Traditional) language guide
- French language guide
- German language guide
- Italian language guide
- Japanese language guide
- Korean language guide
- Spanish language guide
Proud member of the American Bus Association and the National Tour Association.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate.
Eatery and Coffee Bar
Our Eatery offers a daily menu and our Coffee Bar features hot and cold drinks along with an assortment of tasty snacks and desserts.
The Center also does catered events on-site. Click here to visit our catering and events page.
Hit the Trail Saddlebag Lunch:
For large bus groups needing lunch on the go. Assorted sandwiches made with fresh roasted breast of turkey, ham, or roast beef with cheese on an assortment of artisan rolls and breads. Box lunches also come with cole slaw, potato chips, a freshly baked cookie or brownie, a piece of fruit, and a bottle of water.
Enjoy an authentic outdoor chuckwagon meal—lunch and dinner menus available—cooked on site at the Center. These add-ons are also available: western entertainment, demonstrations, and memorabilia. E-mail Josie for the details.
Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle said, “In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous.” At the Draper Museum of Natural History, we couldn’t agree more. Get an close-up look at some of our most popular residents, our magnificent birds of prey, golden eagle, great horned owl, red-tailed hawk, turkey vulture, a peregrine falcon, an American kestrel, a short-eared owl, a saw-whet owl, and a bald eagle. Daily shows, included with admission.
Maps & Mileage
Find your way to Wyoming, Cody, and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West!
- Wyoming and surrounding states
- Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding area
- Mileage between selected cities
- City of Cody map
Flying to Cody? Visit Yellowstone Regional Airport’s website.