Tuesday – Saturday, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m (March-October)
Thursday – Saturday, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m (November-February)

$10 per Adult, $5 per child (12 and under)


$28 per individual/minimum group of 20
(Includes catered meal and admission; Select between
Chuckwagon Breakfast or Buffalo Burger Lunch/Dinner.)


Located less than one mile north of the caprock of Palo
Duro Canyon, the GHC boasts broad vistas and native wildlife. Roaming next to the home is a herd of bison,
descendants of the orphan bison that the Goodnights saved as a remnant of the original Southern Plains herd.

Observation and Rest Areas

Photo Opportunities

Catering (advanced notice, large group requests only)

Guided Tours
Western Gifts
Bison Lectures

Wildlife & Bird Watching Locations

Educational Videos

Celebrate your

ranching heritage at

Goodnight Under the Stars.


Hosted annually the Saturday before Labor Day, the evening features:

  • Live Music
  • Local bands
  • Dancing
  • Wine Walk
  • Live Auction
  • Steak Dinner
  • Local Artisans

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Let us host your Special Events!

Family reunions, wedding anniversaries, business retreats and birthday parties can be easily accommodated in the Armstrong County Museum (ACM) facilities. While the GHC is ideal for hosting large, outside events, it also can provide a more intimate venue utilizing the Cattalo building.

Featuring kitchens, dining areas, and open seating, additional ACM facilities are available for use. Visit with ACM staff today to match your needs with available space. Daily rentals begin at $100 with a $50 deposit. Monthly space rentals may be negotiated.

Call (806) 944-5591 or e-mail goodnighthc@gmail.com for more information.