Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum
- Only on the Explorer Pass
- Cultural & historical sitesIndoorsShows & entertainmentFamily-friendly
Only on the Explorer PassThis attraction is available on the Explorer Pass, but not the All-Inclusive Pass.
What you'll do
Explore Texan culture and history with a trip to these two fascinating San Antonio museums – The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum and the Texas Ranger Museum.
Visit the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum with Go City®
- With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
- Your pass will grant access to all exhibits in both San Antonio museums.
- Explore artifacts from the Frontier-era.
- Your Go San Antonio pass also gives you free entry to other popular listed attractions.
You’ll step back in time and see animal specimens, weapons, and frontier-era clothing.
The Buckhorn Museum traces its heritage back to the late nineteenth century when the founder of the Buckthorn Saloon began to collect bones, antlers, and other natural artifacts from travelers passing through the neighborhood. Today, this natural history museum boasts more than 500 distinct species of wildlife, from an astonishing 10,000-year-old prehistoric elk to hundreds of small horns and antlers.
The newer Texas Ranger Museum fleshes out a portrait of frontier America with its homage to early Texan history. Explore the collections of Texas Ranger artifacts including weapons, munitions, badges, and clothing. This museum is a must-visit for fans of Texan heritage and the days of the wild frontiers.
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum highlights
Fish from the seven seas
‘78 Point Buck’
1,056-pound black marlin
10,000-year-old pre-historic Irish elk
Texas Ranger Museum highlights
Replica of the 1934 Ford V8 Deluxe
Texas history facts
- Oscar, the Academy Award statuette, was named for Texan Oscar Pierce. His niece worked in Hollywood for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
- Texas is the largest state in the contiguous United States and is the second-biggest state in the U.S. with only Alaska being bigger.
- The largest city in the state of Texas is Houston.
- JFK was assassinated on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas.
- The San Antonio Missions are the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas.
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Know before you go
Getting In: Present your pass at the ticket desk for admission.
Please Note: Enjoy 10% off in the Café only (no alcohol).
For more information, visit the Buckhorn Museum website.
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Where you'll be
318 E Houston St,, null, San Antonio, US
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