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Rex Allen Arizona Cowboy Museum

150 N Railroad Ave, Willcox, AZ 85643-2132
+1 520-384-4583
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wonderful silver screen museum

This is a small out of the way museum that details the life of one of the western genre actors and... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2017
Ode to a Native Son

My husband is such a fan of anything "Western", and in the 1990's, when we were visiting our... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2017
Tucson Arizona
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150 N Railroad Ave, Willcox, AZ 85643-2132
+1 520-384-4583
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Reviewed 26 May 2017

This is a small out of the way museum that details the life of one of the western genre actors and his horse. Yes the horse got billing just under Rex's name on all of the movies but the first one Rex made. The horse...More

Thank alphawolfie
Reviewed 31 March 2017

My husband is such a fan of anything "Western", and in the 1990's, when we were visiting our daughter, who was attending Grad School in Tucson, she brought him here twice. I had never been here before. Rex Allen's movies were before our time, but...More

5  Thank NYU62
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Step back to when you were younger and recall the old movies and the singing cowboy. Complete history of Rex, including saddles, songs, performance costumes and tons of photos!

Thank Connie C
Reviewed 17 January 2017

We came here because my husband wanted to see the Cowboy Hall of Fame. We viewed the Tex Allen displays with an itinerary that the docent gave us to guide us through. When we came to the Cowboy Hall of Fame we were surprised to...More

Thank Patricia L
Reviewed 6 January 2017

One of the early singing cowboy movie stars. Definitely worth the couple of bucks. Don't miss the statue across the street.

Thank thomas y
Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

Red Allen museum has many different outfits, boots, mementos from the cowboy singer Rex Allen and his son Rex Allen Jr. In Wilcox, AZ. His hometown. The first Saturday will be Rex Allen days starting with a parade, rodeo and concert. Usually two performances. The...More

Thank sydette2016
Reviewed 8 July 2016

This museum was interesting more for my hubby than me...he grew up on cowboy movies, I didn't. Nonetheless, it was a great little diversion from the long road between Yuma and El Paso. Hours are limited but if it's open you'll enjoy it.

Thank SDPeg
Reviewed 18 April 2016

A nice trip back to our childhoods. All about Rex Allen and his son Jr. Lots of memorabilia - clothing, lobby cards. posters, glossies, etc. Nice way to spend an hour or so. Very inexpensive admission. Tour guide was very informative.

Thank wff5
Reviewed 16 April 2016

if you know who he is this museum is put together very nicely.. a couple of doors down from the Marty Robbins museum

Thank ccnsd
Reviewed 9 March 2016

This museum is about Willcox native Rex Allen and his cowboy acting career. There is a huge collection of his movie posters, as well as many cowboy artifacts. I personally have not seen any of his movies, but I might have to look up a...More

Thank AF_Hiker
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