Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave

Location & Contact Information


The museum is open to the public Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm and is closed Monday - Thursday. The grave site, Lookout Mountain Park, and the Pahaska Tepee cafe and gift shop remain open 7 days a week. The following policies are in place during the COVID-19 outbreak. We ask all visitors to follow these rules so that we may remain open: - All staff and visitors must wear masks and observe social distancing guidelines. - Occupancy in the Museum galleries will be limited to 25% capacity. - Exhibit entry may be staggered and timed to assure even visitor flow. - To minimize person-to-person contact, all museum transactions are CREDIT CARD ONLY. We are temporarily not accepting cash. - It is highly recommended that you arrive early in the day! The museum can be quite busy in the afternoons. Morning visitors should experience little or no wait for entry while those arriving later in the day may experience a wait or find that tickets are sold out for the day. The Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, a facility owned and operated by the City and County of Denver, exists to preserve the memory of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. To this end it maintains the Cody gravesite and related structures on Lookout Mountain Park; collects, cares for and interprets artifacts associated with "Buffalo Bill" Cody's life and times between 1846 and 1917; and records Cody's ongoing influence on American culture. The museum overlooks beautiful Golden, Colorado.