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For over 135 years, The Buckhorn Saloon has been known as a gathering place for good conversation, great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits. Explore the animal halls and prepare yourself for a truly immersive adventure. Practice your sharp...more
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Lots of animals that have been stuffed. Some full sized and others just the heads mounted on the wall. The history of the Texas Rangers was also very interesting. There was also a whole section of optical illussions.
💛💛½ As a Wildlife Biologist it felt like I was back at Kent Hall at NMSU! Lots of taxidermies here. From the continental USA and around the world. The “strange” animals were the best. Also, your with a beer! 👍🏼~ Jessyca
While in San Antonio my husband and I visited the Buckhorn Ssloon and Texas Ranger Museum. It was a fun place to eat, drink and rest a bit. The decor on the walls is quite fascinating. Definetly worth a visit if you are in San...More
typical bar food menu- burgers, salads, wraps, etc. We had the turkey wrap special and the pulled pork sandwich- also a daily special. Food was good- not great but nice atmosphere for cooling off and enjoying the scenery. Fun for a family trip as there...More
This was the best museum my family has visited. It has displays of animals and horns, a section for believe-it-or-not displays, a recreated Western town, and a tribute to Texas Rangers' history. among other things. My nine-year-old thanked me for taking him to "the best...More
Billy Bob Thornton and me, we have something in common, we both enjoyed ourselves and the Buckhorn Saloon. Let me start by saying - YUM - love that BBQ and brisket. After eating we toured the Rangers Museum, what a delight. Rangers, Ripleys, Animal Displays...More
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Texas IS NOT California so don’t expect the same regulatory atmosphere. The problem of not having a national independent nonprofit registry for support animals that businesses can rely on, and the wide spread practice of... More
Texas IS NOT California so don’t expect the same regulatory atmosphere. The problem of not having a national independent nonprofit registry for support animals that businesses can rely on, and the wide spread practice of people faking it, makes it a toss up in Texas. You may well be welcomed but you may not.