features pictures of several of our exhibits at the Buffalo
Bill Museum. For more information on each display, please
visit our Exhibits page or the
Our Gift Shop
On April 6th, the
Buffalo Bill Museum hosted “Dinner with Mrs.
Dawley” at the Crane & Pelican Café
located in the home of Captain and Mrs. Dawley, LeClaire’s
first licensed riverboat pilot.
A number of guests appeared in period costume,
interacting with guests as “friends and family of the
Captain and Mrs. Dawley.
Bill Cody and Annie Oakley Stopped by during Wild, Wild West
Days held September 7th and 8th, 2012
Have you seen the
museum's new buffalo statue yet?
Thanks to everyone who attended Buffalo Bill's Birthday
Party on February 26, 2011! Below is a picture
from the Costume Contest featuring several great
Bill's and Annie Oakley's!
A Tribute to Buffalo Bill Cody
The “Green Tree Hotel,” the
largest Rock Elm on record
Outside the Museum
The Lone Star Building next to the Museum
James Ryan's Flight
Recorder and Safety Devices
"Iron Bell's" by
James B. Eads
Precursors to the modern submarine
Red Cross Quilt (1919)
LeClaire Fire Truck
Honoring LeClaire Schools
Life Along the Mississippi River...
History and artifacts from River
Boats on the Mississippi River