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Sept. 9, 2021
The Fort Wallace Museum is proud to present our friend Michael Martin Murphey, singing his signature hits ("Wildfire," "Geronimo's Cadillac," "Cowboy Logic") in an open-air tent venue on the Museum grounds starting at 6:00 pm MT/7:00 pm CT. Come early for a delicious chicken-fried steak dinner, chuckwagon-style, beginning at 4:30 pm MT/5:30 pm CT. Our evening combo (Concert + Meal) is an unbeatable deal at only $40. Come enjoy a memorable evening with us at the Fort Wallace Museum! Attendance limited to 400.
Tickets: MMM concert $25; Chuckwagon $25; Combo $40.
Online tickets through facebook or Eventbrite (link to the right). Processing fee applies.
Tickets are available at or call the Museum (785) 891-3564.
|Facebook Event Page and Eventbrite link.
|Drawing of the Otero and Sellar store in Sheridan Kansas by Molly Lamb
||Facebook Event Page.
Taking the Smoky Hill to Santa Fe raffle fund raiser for the Fort Wallace Museum.1860 reproduction Henry 44-40 and new hand crafted silver turquoise squash blossom necklace.
First draw winner gets their pick of the two prizes. Drawing Sept.11, 2021
|Tickets to be bought
at the Museum
1 for $30
2 for $50
3 for $100
|Fort Wallace Museum Future Events
|Sept 9 Michael Martin Murphey concert.
Sept 10-11 Taking the Smoky Hill to Santa Fe
2655 Highway 40
Wallace, KS 67761
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Wallace Memorial Association is a 501(c)3
organization set up to run the Fort Wallace Museum.
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Thank You for Donations.
|Free admission with a suggested
$7 per adult.
Winter hours [1st Sunday of Nov. - 2nd Sunday of March] 10 am-4 pm Thurs.- Sat.
as weather permits.
Summer hours [March 16 - Oct.] 9am-5 pm Mon. -Sat. and 1-5 pm Sunday
*Note: All times are Mountain Time*
Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years