This was well worth the entry fee and they gave everyone in our group my husband's military discount, we were able to buy drinks and walk around with them. It was neat to see all the animals, history and they added some fun things to...More
About The Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum
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Bring the kids and enjoy this great museum. The Buckhorn Saloon is full of surprises, from the entrance of the saloon to the museum that covers everything Texas. There are different sections to the museum; The Texas Ranger museum is very informative and surprising. I...More
We came for lunch, and stayed for the museum. Great burgers ans salads. The boracho beans were really good. The museum is huge ans well laid out. We all had a great time at the shooting gallery, and walking thru the old town!
What a fun museum. Probably not what a lot of people expect. Stuffed animals from around the would, a celebration of the Wild West, mock up bar and sheriff office, weird wonders show, a huge saloon, great gift shop, very enthusiastic staff and a great...More
Lots of things to see here, mostly stuffed animals/heads. The Texas Ranger Museum is very interesting, many cool artifacts to see.
We stopped by the Buckhorn Saloon/Museum while we were in San Antonio and enjoyed the food (lunch menu) and the museum. It reminded me of family vacations as a child when we would stop and see the quirky road side attractions in small towns. It...More
Hi Johnny, Thanks for your great review. We definitely tout The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum and Texas Ranger Museum as a great family attraction. We're glad that you had an enjoyable time and were able to reminisce on your childhood family vacations. Take care and...More
The saloon itself is interest for a stop in for a drink or two...but the museums just didn't offer anything other than a tourist trap, especially for the price.
The oldest saloon in that area of Texas also hoses a museum of animals and the Texas Ranger Museum. Only a few blocks from the Alamo easy to get to. There is a bar and grill inside but we did not have time to eat.
If you enjoy seeing 100s of Animal heads stuffed and stacked all over the walls and other lively stuffed animals you will love this place. some interesting fun activities (tacky) at the end of the tour will be enjoyable to kids and adults Texas Rangers...More