For a look at the real Old West, take a trip to Old Town. Close to 20 turn-of-the-20th-century-style Old West buildings make up this living-history museum, where you're likely to see a gunfight or, in the summer months, a cancan show in the Longhorn Saloon. Nine of the buildings are original historic structures, moved to Old Town, and the rest are reproductions, all furnished with genuine Old West artifacts to show what it was like here 100 years ago. Visit the blacksmith shop, bank, law office, newspaper office and operating print shop, general store, schoolhouse, and barn. The railroad depot, built in 1889 in Bethune, Colorado, is the oldest structure in Old Town. There's the saloon, where you're likely to find the piano player tinkling the ivories, or stop at the church, built in 1921 and still used for weddings. The dollhouse is home to a number of unique dolls, and in the wood shop you'll see tools more than 100 years old. The original Burlington town jail cells are also here, and the two-story, six-bedroom Manor house, built in the early 1900s, is magnificent, furnished with splendid antiques of the period. There's also a sizable gift shop. On summer weekends, the horse-drawn "Old Town Express" gives rides to the Kit Carson County Carousel . Allow 1 to 3 hours.