King Kung Fu: Members Only - July 1
On July 1st Old Cowtown Museum is hosting a viewing of the 1976 film, King Kung Fu. This film is one of several to be filmed at Old Cowtown Museum and even has one of our own interpreters playing a role in it. The film depicts King Kung Fu, a talking gorilla who was trained in a remote monastery in China in the ancient art of kung fu, travelling to America to showcase his fighting skills. While travelling through Kansas, King Kung Fu runs into some unsavory characters and soon everyone is chasing him.
Members are invited to come view the film on July 1st at 9pm. Doors to the Museum will open at 8pm, and is free for all members. Bring your own chair and enjoy watching the film projected on the side of one of our buildings. The saloon will be open to purchase snacks, soda and of course sarsaparilla.
What are people saying about Cowtown:
"(Cowtown) truly is unique, genuinely historic, and educational, and just a lot of fun." - Allen L., Wichita
"I love cowtown!!!!! Sasparilla & gunfights!!!" - Kathy B., Argonia, Kan.
"Probably my favorite attraction of all the ones I visited in the area! Well worth the visit." - April 10, 2016 TripAdvisor review
"Was a very enjoyable visit. Loved all of the buildings and artifacts. Everyone was willing to answer questions and give information on the history. Recommend highly!" - April 7, 2016 TripAdvisor review