BUCKHORN SALOON FEATURED ON MRV THE BUZZ "RECOLLECTING THE OLD WEST: BUCKHORN SALOON & MUSEUM"
In 1898, when Theodore Roosevelt arrived in San Antonio to recruit and train his Rough Riders in the run-up to the Spanish-American War, he knew just where to go. “He hit every saloon in town,” local history expert Texas Bob tells The Buzz. “Only two of them are still open today, the bar at the Menger Hotel and the Buckhorn.”
THE BUCKHORN SALOON & MUSEUM HONORED AT TEXAS CAPITOL
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (January 23, 2013) - (Rep. “Doc” Anderson (R-Waco)/Sen. Leticia Van de Putte (D-San Antonio)) recognized The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum as a Texas Treasure on the (House/Senate) floor at the State Capitol in Austin.
BUCKHORN SALOON FEATURED IN TRAVEL BLOG "20 OLD WEST ATTRACTIONS YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE"
From the exciting gunfights between daring outlaws and the courageous lawmen who fought them to the card sharks and pioneers that made the West great; the stories and histories of the Old West still capture the imaginations of all who hear them. It was a time of lawlessness and perseverance, of incredible heartbreak and amazing opportunities for thousands of families.