What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for Sheriff admission for one adult and one child ($44.98 value)
- $29 for Sheriff admission for two adults ($49.98 value)
- $39 for Sheriff admission for two adults and two children ($89.96 value)
Sheriff admission includes:
- Shows and rides (not including horse rides)
- Unlimited soft drinks and $1 off draft beer
- Souvenir boot mug
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 16, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. May be redeemed any day of the festival. Not valid with any other offer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Old West Festival
It's easy to get to the Old West Festival—first head about 15 minutes east of Cincinnati, then turn about 150 years back in time. Modeled after the infamous Dodge City, Kansas, the permanent establishment opens its doors every summer to display rootin', tootin', and even a bit of trick-shootin' by professional performers. Take a look at just a few of the sights to keep your steely eyes open for:
- Cowboy Chow: At the Long Branch Saloon, cowpokes and lil' doggies can saddle up to the bar for a big bowl of rattlesnake chili, buffalo burgers, Texas-style roast beef, and loaded waffle fries. Wash it all down with soda, beer, and sarsaparilla.
- Singing Songs and Spinning Yarns: At the Mockingbird, storytellers tell Fantastic Tales of The West all day long, and at Chisholm Trail, musicians host family sing-alongs and banjo-and-fiddle concerts.
- New Saloon Show: Cowboy Kalvin Cook takes over the new saloon show with an energetic demonstration of the lost arts of the Wild West.
- Fun and Games: Families can enjoy activities such as a covered wagon ride, pony ride, train ride, slingshot-shooting range, gold-panning sluice, magic show, or lasso practice.
- Theme Weeks: Check out the special themed weekends to experience the West you'd want to live in, whether that's a romantic weekend, a baseball-crazy town that plays according to 1878 rules, or a haunted ghost town held over Halloween weekend.