Fort Cody Trading Post

Over the years roadside souvenir stands have been given a bad name, well this is one shop that’s worth the trip. It’s not just any souvenir shop, inside you’ll find a museum, a two-headed calf and a plethora of off the wall goodies to commemorate your trip.

When it comes to Western souvenirs, Fort Cody Trading Post has everything, from cowboy gear to plush buffaloes, Jackelope statues, toy animals, and tons of clothing for all sizes and ages.

The back portion of the Fort Cody building contains a small but impressive museum devoted to Buffalo Bill Cody. Its centerpiece is the spectacular Buffalo Bill’s Miniature Wild West Show, featuring over 20,000 figures painstakingly hand carved in wood by Ernie and Virginia Palmquist. Many of the figures are animated — there’s a train that runs around the circus tents, and animated bucking broncos, sharpshooters, and more. Recorded audio narration tells the story of Buffalo Bill, his traveling Wild West show, and the creation of the miniatures. The show runs for about five minutes every 30 minutes.

If you’re in town on a Thursday in the summer don’t miss out on the live music in the stockade and you won’t want to miss out on all of the other offbeat treasures you’ll find every day of the week.

With all of that is there any wonder that Fort Cody gets Buffalo Bill’s coveted Buffalo of Approval?

Open Year Round
Memorial Day-Labor Day   9:00am-9:00pm   Seven Days a Week
Labor Day-Memorial Day   Monday-Saturday 9:00am-5:30pm and Sunday 12:00pm-5:30pm
Free Admission
Fort Cody Trading Post
Fort Cody
Fort Cody
Buffalo Bill at Fort Cody
Fort Cody

Annual & Seasonal Events Happening Here

Starting in June and concluding in August, NRoute Entertainment brings Cody Park Trading Post to life in the evening with live musical performances every Thursday. With a local artist opening the show 6pm and a featured artist following at 7pm, this makes for the ultimate summer…



Cody Park

You know why Cody Park, including the carousel and children’s rides, get the coveted Buffalo…