August 20, 2018

Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show with Mickey and Friends!


Whilst our experience of Buffalo Bill’s was two years ago, I really wanted to share our experience of it here over on The Willow Tree.  I love writing about what I am passionate about, and I am certainly passionate about Disney!  But recently, I have heard a few Disney rumours that, whilst it is great news that Disney Village is soon to get revamp, but in that process, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show with Mickey and Friends may be no more! (If anyone know’s otherwise, please correct me if I am wrong!)

What is Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show?

Buffalo Bill’s is a Wild West show which includes dinner.  It is one of the major shows at Disneyland Paris and is unique in it’s own right – it is not shown at any other Disney Park in the world! It’s therefore one of a kind and I feel is really special for Disneyland Paris.

B and W all ready for Buffalo Bill's Wild west show in Woody and Jessie outfits

B and I all ready for the show Buffalo Bill's Wild west show outside our hotel room door

The show is held in a huge arena where there is tiered seating for guests around it.  The show consists of classic characters such as Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley and Sitting Bull.  And of course, not forgetting our favourites Mickey, Minnie ,Goofy and Chip and Dale!  These fantastic characters re-enact fabled moments from the frontier through stunning shootouts and amazing stunts!

Our experience

We decided to book onto the 6.30pm showing (there is another at 9.30pm but we felt this was too late for the kids!)  Upon arriving into the building, you enter a bar area with a small stage.  Here we could order drinks if we wished and watched the western band which featured the ever so funny Goofy!  This really built up the momentum and excitement for the show, especially when we were given a cowboy hat with a coloured sash on to indicate which team we would be supporting.

B wearing his Cowboy hat supporting the team Blue at the Buffalo wild west show

Goofy taking park in the western band show prior to Buffalo Bill's Wild west show

After about 30 minutes or so, we entered the 2000 seated arena and sat with all the other ‘blue’s!  We were about half way up the tiered seating but as it was tiered, you had the perfect view from wherever you sat (you can pay extra to be on the front row but I personally feel there is no need!)

The 2000 seated arena for the buffalo bill's wild west show

The Food

As the 90 minute action packed show began, we were served our drinks – unlimited beer or soft drinks!  Of course, any Western show also needs to be partnered up with some finger licking food!  We got served tortilla chips, camp corn bread (which was out of this world!)  and the cattleman’s chill, which was sweet and smokey.  We then got served a Texan skillet (rib, chicken leg and pork) with old style potato wedges, followed by a warm apple pie and ice cream.

The Texas Skillet provided at the Wild west show

Apple crumple for dessert for the buffalo bill's wild west show

For vegetarians, they offer a veggie pasta instead.  This was all finished off with either tea or coffee and chocolate coins.  The children got served the same however ice lollies were also offered too. Such wholesome western fare really contributed to our experience and happily, the food tasted spectacular!

The Show

Whilst we enjoyed the great food, we were also watching the show. Without giving too much away, the show’s story is around how the West was won.  It involves cowboys and indians on their horses and also involves a lot of audience participation, hence why you are in four teams dependant on the colour on your cowboy hat (which you get to keep by the way).

This truly authentic action-packed show was inspired by the legendary touring show created by Buffalo Bill himself between 1882 and 1912, exploring the life of pioneers and featuring Indian rituals, rodeo stunts, bison hunting, a shoot-out with audience participation and, last but not least, the legendary stagecoach hold-up.

The cowboys and indians during the buffalo bill's wild west show

I couldn’t believe it but I decided to volunteer for the last part of the show!  Myself and other volunteers got to ride in the stage coach and got caught by the bandits!  I was so nervous, but it is amazing to say I’ve been apart of Buffalo Bills Wild West show!

me along with the indians and other actors taking park in buffalo bills wild west show

me on stage getting caught after travelling in the stage coach



Have you seen the show yet?  Let’s hope Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show doesn’t get replaced because it really is an awesome experience that is not one to miss!

Love Disney Food and want to find out more about the restaurants?  Check out my review of dining with the Princess’s!


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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my love for travel, in particular Disney and offer my readers a chance to gain some knowledge around what we love to do as a family of 5.

I share our family adventures which include days out, travel advice and tips, holiday reviews, restaurant visits and of course, our love for Disney, including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

Life is about creating memories, and here we are sharing them with you




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