Buffalo Bill Center of the West

7,000 firearms (4,500 on display)
10,000 rounds of ammo on display

Founded in 1971

Cody, Wyoming

The Cody Firearms Museum is located in Cody, Wyoming and is part of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. It was established in 1965 and is the largest of its kind in the world. The museum houses over 7,000 firearms, including iconic pieces such as Annie Oakley’s gun, the Winchester 1873, the Colt Single Action Army, the Remington Rolling Block and many more. It also features a comprehensive collection of firearms documents, photographs, and artifacts spanning 500 years of firearms history.

The museum is dedicated to preserving the history and legacy of firearms and their role in the development of the American West. It strives to provide a comprehensive and educational experience for visitors from all backgrounds and ages. Since its opening, the museum has served more than 1.2 million visitors from around the world.

  • 1975 received Winchester Arms Collection
  • Comprehensive collection of American firearms

The Cody Firearms Museum houses a comprehensive collection of ammunition for various types of firearms. The collection includes a variety of bullets, cartridges, and shells dating from the mid-19th century to the present day. It also includes rare and experimental ammunition, such as steel core and armor piercing rounds, as well as shotgun shells and black powder cartridges. The museum also has a selection of vintage reloading components, such as brass cases, primers, and bullets.

  • Open almost every day

Winchester Arms Collection

The Cody Firearms Museum is the home of the Winchester Arms Collection, which is the world’s largest collection of firearms from the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The collection contains over 1,400 firearms and related artifacts, spanning the entire history of the company from 1866 to the present. It includes iconic Winchester models such as the 1873, 1886, 1892, and 1894 lever action rifles and the Model 1897 shotgun. It also includes rare and experimental firearms, such as the King’s Improvement Lever Action Rifle, the Olin-Kodenski Lever Action Rifle, and the Winchester Semi-Automatic Rifle. Additionally, the collection includes a variety of accessories, such as gun cases, sights, and spare parts.


From our 2018 Visit (only 1 out of 10 stars, do not recommend)

Very few guns at the Cody Museum

They are not kidding when they say the guns are not on display. Only a very few guns are out, and the descriptions are tiny.
There is a big TV screen, with tiny gun pictures, if you click on them, they open up.. its as though you are online, at home.. only you are at the museum, you drove many hundreds of miles to visit
Do not visit until the new museum is built
Many (most) of the guns around the rest of the museum have also been brought to the new exhibits which are off limits to visitors
#FirearmMuseum
#TotalDisapointment
#FewGuns While #UnderConstruction

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Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Cody Firearms Museum
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
720 Sheridan Avenue
Cody, Wyoming 82414
(307) 578-4117
https://centerofthewest.org/explore/firearms

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