The mission of the Convention and Visitors Bureau is to promote Dodge City and the area’s resources and assets to bring prospective tourists and convention and travel business to Dodge City.
Boot Hill Museum Continues Teaching With Online Lessons
Boot Hill Museum in partnership with Rocking M Media, began producing history videos at the museum complex for the public to enjoy online titled “New Connections to the Old West”. Each day, there is a segment that is recorded on a specific Dodge City history topic or entertainment videos that include can-can dancing, singing, and other activities. The museum curators, entertainers, and volunteers are brought in to discuss various Dodge City history pieces that include demonstrations and some that include downloadable worksheets for children and families. New Connections to the Old West - lessons at 3:00 pm starting this Boot Hill Museum’s Facebook page!

People are able to go to the Boot Hill Museum Facebook page to watch the live or recorded videos. The staff will also be uploading these interactive lessons on their YouTube channel with links that will allow viewers to download fun pages that coincide with that particular lesson. Boot Hill Museum will continue to produce these unique history videos while their museum is closed to the public and will continue to post regular announcements, updates, and content.

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Start with the letter "A" find things around the house that start with that letter. Finish the Alphabet.

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Travel Updates & Resources on COVID-19

The Dodge City Convention & Visitors Bureau is actively monitoring developments surrounding COVID-19. The health and safety of our visitors and residents is our highest priority and our website pages will be updated regularly to provide you the latest information about travel to Dodge City.

Guidance for Travelers
We encourage the traveling public to seek and heed the latest expert guidance, and to make fact-based travel decisions. Travelers should observe safe travel habits as  outlined by the CDC .

  • Avoid large gatherings no more than 10 individuals
  • Practice social distancing
  • If you're sick, stay home
  • Practice good hygiene, including washing hands frequently, and avoid touching your nose, eyes or mouth with unwashed hands at all times
  • If you feel ill, call your healthcare provider and stay home until you receive additional instructions from his or her office
  • Cover coughs with a tissue or your sleeve

Cancellations and Postponements
Several attractions, events, and activities are being canceled or rescheduled to keep guests safe. We encourage you to call ahead to confirm the status of an attraction, event or business prior to visiting. Updates can be found on our website at .
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