Dodge City is in southwest Kansas. Boot Hill Museum celebrates the city's frontier past with a recreated Old West street, gunfight re-enactments and historic buildings, like the former Fort Dodge jail. Located at the Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame, the Gunfighters Wax Museum features life-size sculptures of legendary figures Wyatt Earp and Sitting Bull. The Home of Stone Museum retains its original 1881 furnishings.
The Santa Fe Trail was the most important route to the West from the Missouri River to Santa Fe, New Mexico, before the era of the railroads. With this Self-Drive Package explore its main states and emblematic cities. Start in Missouri, visiting Kansas City (known for its barbecue, jazz heritage and fountains), then, continue to Kansas State, with a stay in Dodge City (the gateway to the "West" history, became a rowdy town famous for its saloons, outlaws, and Boot Hill Cemetery). After that, drive to New Mexico, spending unforgettable moments in Raton Pass (was one of the most important, segments of the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail), and finally, Santa Fe (New Mexico's state capital city). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.412047 The_Historic_Santa_Fe_Trail_Highlights_(Self_Drive)-vac In-stock
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Kansas City– Topeka: 1hrs 2 min approx.
Topeka- Dodge City: 4 hr 16 min approx.
Dodge City- Pueblo: 4 hrs 43min approx.
Pueblo- Raton Pass, CO: 1 hr. 26 mins. approx.
Raton Pass- Santa Fe: 2 hr 37 mins. Approx.