1880 Town

United States: Dances with Wolves1880 Town

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This historic Western town consists of 30 authentically furnished buildings dating from 1880 to 1920, all surrounded by 1100 acres of rolling prairie.

It's only fitting that some of Dances With Wolves most iconic props have found a permanent home in this environment. The movie horse 'Cisco' lived here until he died in 2009, 30 years after filming.

Timmon's freight wagons. These were used during John Dunbar's journey from Fort Hays to his remote outpost - Fort Sedgewick.

Timmon's freight wagons. These were used during John Dunbar's journey from Fort Hays to his remote outpost - Fort Sedgewick.

The main building houses a sizeable collection of movie memorabilia including photographs, props and set pieces. 

The main building houses a sizeable collection of movie memorabilia including photographs, props and set pieces. 

It also showcases one of the tippis used in Dances With Wolves...

It also showcases one of the tippis used in Dances With Wolves...

...and a recreation of Lieutenant John Dunbar's sod house.

...and a recreation of Lieutenant John Dunbar's sod house.

Once you've had your fill of all things Kevin Costner, rope tricks, wagon rides and live music await. And don't forget to swing by the saloon. It's a gorgeously preserved building.

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