||The Old Style Saloon No. 10 today is just a tourist trap. Although it is the only museum that is also a bar, so it's got that going for it. Plenty of reenactments, stylized artifacts and specialty cocktails make this place worth visiting, but let's be honest: It's a tourist trap through and through. Here, you will not only find a real saloon, restaurant, and gambling den, but also a "saloon museum" where historical and mining camp artifacts, spanning over 100 years, are exhibited along the walls. One display shows what is allegedly the original "death chair" where Hickok was shot, but according to sources, it is actually one that is similar. The saloon also features a Bill Hickok, Jack McCall and the other players recreating the shooting every day at 3:00 p.m. Children are welcome in the saloon up into 8:30 p.m. when the saloon welcomes adults only.