Dodge City Tourism & Visitor Information
Southwest Kansas Tourism & Attractions


Call: 800-OLD-WEST (800-653-9378)


[Photo: The Mueller-Schmidt
House, Emelia's wedding day, June 12, 1889, Dodge City, Kansas. All rights reserved, FCHS.]

Mueller-Schmidt House Museum
QT panorama virtual tour


Mueller-Schmidt House (1881) Museum Tour Information



Dodge City, The Cowboy Capital and the Great Southwest; by Robert M. Wright, 1913, Dodge City Founder

Old Dodge City Historical District Map

[Photo: 1929 Cowboy Statue on Boot Hill, Dodge City, KS. Copyright, G. Laughead Jr.]

Dodge City CVB Convention & Visitors Bureau, KS

Dodge City Tourism Coalition



Kansas History

[photo: Cowboy Sign, Dodge City, Kansas. courtesy, Dodge City Tourism Bureau]

"Gunsmoke" 55th Anniversary 1955-2010

[Photo: Coronado Cross, FCHS's memorial to
the June 29, 1541, crossing of the Arkansas river near Fort Dodge by the
Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado.] [Photo: 'Wyatt and Josephine Earp' (Terrie
and James George) with 'Kate Elder' and 'J.H. Doc Holliday' (Lee Michels
and David Wright) in 1881 Mueller-Schmidt House Museum parlor, Dodge City, KS.]

Old West Dodge City Products
T-Shirts, cards, from the FCHS Collection

Kansas History Books a powells.com bookstore



Southwest Kansas Museums, Art Centers & Attractions

Southwest Kansas Towns


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