If you were or are a fan of the TV show 1883 that was a prequel to Yellowstone then you might already know that some of the episodes of the show were filmed in Ft. Worth. What you might not know is there is now there is an 1883 exhibit you don't want to miss and a saloon featured in the show that is a real restaurant you'll want to check out too.

The Exhibit is Located at the National Cowgirl Museum And Hall of Fame

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The 1883 Exhibit

The exhibit is at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth. It has loads of items from the TV show on display, including props, scripts, costumes and more.

1883 Props

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1883 Costumes

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1883 Tv Show Scripts and More

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How Long will The Exhibit go on Until?

1883 and Yellowstone creator, writer and actor Taylor Sheridan came in last month to kick off the exhibit that will run until March 21. Sheridan plays Travis in Yellowstone

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Visit The Saloon in 1883

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Then of course, while you are there you'll need to head over to the Ft. Worth Stockyards (where the actual location of filming took place) and grab a bite to eat at Hooker's Grill which had a makeover for the show and was called The Texas House of Liquor and Sport. The restaurant decided to keep the rustic makeover outside so talk about a great photo opportunity.

The video below is about Taylor Sheridan attending the opening of the 1883 Exhibit

 

There's the Story Behind the Saloon you see in 1883

 

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