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Fort Cody Trading Post, North Platte

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History Museum · Gift & Specialty Shop
Fort Cody Trading Post has been a beacon on the prairie for 50 years! Fun for the entire family - see our Old West Exhibit and Buffalo Bill's Miniature Wild West! Clean restrooms, handicapped accessible. Visit our Muffler Man outside in the stockade!

Fort Cody has something for everyone! We have one of the best selection of western books anywhere, handmade Native American jewelry and arts, t-shirts, toys, Minnetonka Moccasins, retro soda pop, candy, hot sauces, cook books, Nebraska-made items and food, stuffed animals, souvenirs, playing cards and much, much more!
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  • The kids would love this. And it is free. It’s worth a stop. There’s places inside the fence to let the kids run around and be kids. And there’s a lot of fun things to see inside the shop. It’s that....  more »
  • You often see the tourist gift shop with museum trying to create an attraction. Well this is one stop that does a decent job of having more than the average tourist trap souvenirs, and I must admit a....  more »
  • Love this shop! Fantastic displays, great variety, quality Native American wares, and very reasonable prices. I have been traveling for 3 years and often look for Dream Catchers, Indian pottery, blankets, etc at souvenir shops only to find that they were made in China. This place has the real deal! The staff is super helpful and friendly. I can't say enough good things about this place. I'll be back!!!
  • As a 10 year old kid in the 1970's traveling out west, Fort Cody was on our list of interesting places to stop as we drove. We had breakfast down the road at an old coffee shop, bison were roaming across the field (really) and then I remember driving up to the large wooden gate and making our way in. Was a fun stop and placed Buffalo Bill as a real part of American history in my mind. Can't wait to get back again one day.

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