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Buckhorn Museum & Saloon

318 East Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205-1816

Closest station: E. Houston & Presa

Website: buckhornmuseum.com

Phone: (210) 247-4000

Descriptions of Buckhorn Museum & Saloon

"It had an impressive collection, as well as a history of the Texas Rangers" - tripadvisor.com

"We went for lunch on Thursday 7/24 and it was absolutely awful" - tripadvisor.com

"All in all the value was good for what you got" - MetroGuide.com

"The food was pretty good and moderately priced" - tripadvisor.com

"The food is great" - tripadvisor.com

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Key things to know about Buckhorn Museum & Saloon

  • food - "The food was pretty good and moderately priced."

    - tripadvisor.com
  • collection - "It had an impressive collection, as well as a history of the Texas Rangers."

    - tripadvisor.com

Details of Buckhorn Museum & Saloon

  • Admission - Adult $17.99; Child (3-11) $13.99; Child (2 and under) Free

  • Meal Served - Lunch

  • Cuisine - American

  • Season - Closed Thanksgiving and Dec 25

Reviews of Buckhorn Museum & Saloon

  • Overpriced

    This museum is way overpriced for its contents. Seemed to be mostly stuffed animal heads. Some were interesting--African elephants, etc, but most were deer or Elk or other native animals. Texas Ranger add on was interesting but at almost $20

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Jul 28, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

  • Place for Trophy Hunters

    The advertisement we saw for the Buckhorn Saloon promised a great history of Texas, and information about the Texas Rangers. Well, we were sorely disappointed. There were many mounted heads of many dead animals. The "museum" is not worth it if you don't want to see mounted animal heads from various continents of the world. Yes, there was some history of Texas, but not what the brochure sounded like. Stay away if you don't want to see the animal heads. The Texas Ranger section was quite small, and focused on individuals instead of the organization as a whole. I do not recommend this attraction.

    By By Katy Posted Jun 23, 2010 - maps.google.com

  • Frommer's Review

    If you like your educational experiences accompanied by a tall cold brew, this is the place for you. With its huge stuffed animals, mounted fish, and wax museum version of history, this collection fulfills every out-of-stater's stereotype of

    frommers.com

  • This place needs the promised upgrade...

    This place needs the promised upgrade that I was told would soon take place. Signage is very limited in the stuffed animal exhibits and the Texas Ranger Museum gives you no background or history of that proud group. Context is really

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Mar 8, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

  • Not Worth the Price

    The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum is interesting if you are a hunter and like seeing hundreds of mounted animals on the wall or if your taste for furniture includes a longhorn design. At the price of admission, which is expensive, you would

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Feb 21, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

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