LOOK FOR THE COVERED WAGONS

 

.See DVD Number One, at the bottom of the page!

Dinner Theater

and Western Museum

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Open May through October

One of the Must see attractions in Southeastern Wisconsin including "Lake Geneva", "Janesville", and "Elkhorn" areas.

For Schools and camps; visit our other web site! www.genevaonline.com/~wildwest

watsonswildwest.weebly.com

Other Sites:

annieoakleyofthegreatlakes.com

kgandtheranger.com

www.marktwainentertainment.com

visitwalworthcounty.com


Open May through October
to the general public

Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

& Sunday's 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m..
Very entertaining daily tours of the museum

Call 262-723-7505 To make your reservation.

We suggest you call ahead of your visit for availability, because we may be closed exclusively for a bus tour, outing, or private party.

 



GENERAL ADMISSION & GROUP RATE
PACKAGES

1. General admission to museum: Adults - $5.00+tax ($5.28)
  Children 4 yrs - 10 yrs - $3.75 + tax ($3.95)

2. Admission to museum: including Doug Watson's Wild West Show, coffee lemonade & brownies: $13.00 + tax ($13.75); minimum of 10 people required.

3. Day " evening hours will be adjusted to your schedule for shows with meals included. There is no time limit for visits.
Menu #1 $19.00 + tax ($20.05) + ($30 Catering charge per Group)
Menu #2 21.95 + tax ($23.16) + ($30 Catering charge per Group)
Menu #3 21.95 + tax ($23.16) + ($30 Catering charge per Group)
no gratuity required
25 people minimum - 70 people maximum
See posted menus below
All meals are served inside the climate controlled museum. Prices include admission to the museum and Doug Watson's Wild West Show. Singed contract required. Comp 2 per 40.
4. For your entertainment OPTIONAL shows are available. Select from our Six Guns of Entertainment.
Choose from:
Annie Oakley
Mark Twain
Musical Show by KG & The Ranger
Ranger Jim
Cayuse Cowboys
Menu #1
$19.00 ($20.05) + ($30 Catering charge per Group)

Honey Dijon Chicken Breast
Au Gratin Potatoes
Trio Vegetables (Broccoli, Cauliflower, Carrots)
Fruit Salad
Rolls &Butter
Cookies
Coffee & Pink Lemonade

Menu #2
$21.95 ($23.16) + ($30 Catering charge per Group)

Sliced Baked Ham
Broasted Chicken
Au Gratin Potatoes
Baked Beans
Fresh Fruit
Cole Slaw
Relish Tray w/Dip
Rolls & Butter
Brownies or Cookies
Coffee & Lemonade

Menu #3
$22.95 ($24.71) + ($30 Catering charge per Group)

Broasted Chicken
Sliced Roast Beef w/ Au Jus
Twice Baked Potatoes w/Sour Cream
Green Beans Almondine
Fresh Fruit
Cole Slaw
Relish Tray w/Dip
Rolls & Butter
Brownies or Cookies
Coffee & Pink Lemonade

We are open seven days per week for bus tours, lunch or dinner groups, private parties and/or school outings. We schedule EXCLUSIVELY for your group.

If you are a bus tour operator coming into the SouthEastern Wisconsin Area, be sure to plan a visit to Watson's Wild West.

 

Ten minutes North of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Howdy, and welcome to Watson's Wild West, a western experience you won't forget!

Surprise yourself and discover something different, unusual, one-of-a-kind, and entertaining! We invite you to visit us, a unique and ultimate tourist attraction for all ages. Step back in time and into the General Store of the American West.

There's no other place in America like Watson's Wild West. Try your luck pannin' for GOLD at the Tumbleweed Mine. Enjoy our Gift Shop and Entertainment by a Cowboy Character, who presents Tall Tales, Dr. Quiggley's Medicine Show, Cowboy Poetry, Humor, a Historical perspective of those times and events, and the thoughts of Will Rogers.

So all you whippersnappers, push through the Saloon Doors and belly up to the bar for a cold Sarsaparilla (Root Beer) slid down the bar; and be enthralled by your visit to this great place.

The General Store is a "Footprint of the past". The shelves are fully stocked with hundreds of ornate Antique Tin Containers and has sections for: Coffee, Tea, Confections, Peanuts, Crackers, Staples, Lard, Medicines, Toys, Hardware, Tools, and Oil Lanterns. There are displays of Horse Tack, Saddles, Boots, Copperware, Ox Yokes, Bear Traps, Toys, Big Little Books, etc.. Enjoy the Old West Post Office , Bar with its great Bronze Cash Register, and Blacksmith Shop. The store is surrounded by Cowboy Artifacts of the 1880's High Back Saddles, Chaps, Spurs, Branding Irons, Firearms, Holsters, and Mounted Game of Buffalo, Elk, Moose, Bear, Wolf, and Mountain Lion.

Home of The Tumbleweed and Lone Saguaro Mines

 

Hear and read of the dreams gained or lost by generations passed, and relive the thrill of The Legends of the American WEST.

Now Pardner, saddle up and mosey right on over. you hear! And let your imagination roam. We'll both be glad you did.

TEN MINUTES NORTH
OF LAKE GENEVA

"A GIGANTIC ENTERTAINMENT VALUE - THIS AIN'T NO BULL!"

Open seven days a week for: Bus Tours, Lunch or Dinner, Private Parties, and School Outings. We schedule "EXCLUSIVELY" Just for your group, and adjust our schedule to fit your arrival and departure times.

If you are a Bus Tour Operator coming into the "Southeastern Wisconsin" area, be sure to plan a visit.

"LET US ENTERTAIN YOU!"
YOUR GOING TO LOVE THIS PLACE!
YEEEEE HAAAAA

Take a panoramic 360 degree look at our museum.
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Watson's Wild West Virtual Tour 1
Watson's Wild West Virtual Tour 2

 

In addition to our exclusive school program, we offer an educational portrayal of Lewis and Clark's guides, TOUSSAINT CHARBONNEAU & SACAGAWEA. Also available are ANNIE OAKLEY & FRANK BUTLER. In both presentations, students are invited to examine hands-on artifacts and visit with the actors. Both are programs you will truly enjoy. Most schools bring their lunch and have a daylong field trip.

 




MINIMUM OF 25 PEOPLE. MAXIMUM OF 70
(meals only)


DVD 1



D
oug Watson, Head Honcho
Ellen Watson
, Trail Boss
W4865 Potter Road
Elkhorn, WI 53121

(262) 723-7505




KG and the RANGER


Ranger Jim, Bronco Billy and Deadwood Musical








 

 

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