A wide variety of colorful western art dominates the walls of this upstairs gallery. Featured are Western landscapes and cities from New Mexico to California, and the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. They depict the landscape and its people and the action and adventure of the cowboy. Artwork by Andy Warhol, Frederic Remington, and Charles Russell vividly portray the West.
The best and rarest guns, pistols and rifles ever made are also on display: Colts, Winchesters, Remingtons, Marlins and Smith & Wessons, used by settlers, cowboys, outlaws, lawmen and ranchers. Items in this display include rare guns with low serial numbers or prototypes and antiques. Equally important is a display is of spurs and bridles, representing various styles from different historical periods. Some of the pairs of spurs were handcrafted, while some were made in shops, prison, or mass produced.