Located at 3950 Green Mountain Drive, Branson, MO
2009 Update: The Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum will close its doors on December 12, 2009. This will be your last chance to see Roy and Dale's collection - tell your friends, and visit one last time before it's gone!
As the consummate good guy who could always stop evil in its tracks, Roy Rogers became "The King of the Cowboys" and a role model for at least two generations of Americans.
Rogers, incredibly, starred in almost 100 movies and 100 episodes of his own Roy Rogers Show on television, and made countless other tv and radio appearances as well, many with wife Dale Evans, dubbed by fans, "The Queen of the West."
Today Americans of all ages can relive those days with Roy & Dale at the Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum in Branson, where nostalgic exhibits include Roy's dog Dusty, his jeep Nellybelle, and the Museum's most popular attraction, Roy's horse Trigger. They can also enjoy the songs of Roy "Dusty" Rogers Jr. and the High Riders live in the Museum's Theater. It's one of Branson's most popular attractions, podnuh.