Born in 1846, William F. Cody experienced the Old West to its fullest. He herded cattle, worked on a wagon train, mined for gold, rode in and scouted for the Army. His skill as a buffalo hunter gained him the nickname "Buffalo Bill."
Visit the one, and the only, grave of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. By his request, Buffalo Bill was buried on Lookout Mountain in 1917, overlooking the Great Plains and the Rockies, only 30 minutes drive from Denver. Enjoy a stroll round the quirky museum packed with memorabilia, the awesome views over Denver and the plains and the buffalo burgers in the cafe!