National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame presents "1883: The Journey West"
Visitors to the National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame can get up close with props, costumes, and photography from the Paramount+ series 1883 when viewing the new exhibition, "1883: The Journey West," created by the museum in partnership with 101 Studios, Visit Fort Worth, and the Fort Worth Film Commission.
101 Studios, the studio responsible for 1883 and Yellowstone, curated items for the exhibition, including an authentic wagon, a camp set-up and wardrobe worn by Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sam Elliott, and LaMonica Garrett along with behind-the-scenes photography.
The exhibition will include beaded items from National Cowgirl Museum Hall of Fame Honoree Cathy A. Smith, an artist dedicated to preserving the history of the 19th century cowboy and cowgirl and the Plains Indians. Smith’s original craftwork was featured as part of the costuming for the Lakota, Crow, and Comanche tribes in 1883. Her work has been featured in over 35 Western films, including Dances with Wolves, Comanche Moon, and Geronimo.