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Interactive galleries focus on the history of the American cowboy, Native American culture, rodeos, Victorian firearms, and frontier performers.
Wonderfully landscaped gardens and the Children's Cowboy Corral, an interactive children's space, are also part of the museum.
It interprets the function and form of the animal (including the human) skeletal system.
The museum's galleries display about 300 hundred skeletons and skulls from all all over the world.
The museum was founded in 1955 in order to collect, exhibit, and preserve a significant collection of Western artifacts and art and promote an understanding of the American West, which is such an important part of American identity.