The Pony Express National Historic Trail Interactive Places to Visit Map!

Here’s a fun, exciting way to find places to visit. Zoom in to find a location. Click on the yellow balloon of your choice to see the site name, address, access, image, and website. Note: Not all sites have images (yet).

Places to Visit Along the Pony Express Trail

Pony Express Stable (Pike’s Peak Stable)
Pony Express Museum
914 Penn Street
St. Joseph, MO 64503
816-279-5059 or 1-800-530-5930

Patee House Museum (Eastern Terminus)
12th & Penn Box 1022
St. Joseph, MO 64502

Marysville Pony Express Barn
106 S. 8th
Marysville, KS 66508

Open All Year Around!   Tours Daily.               OPEN:  Mon-Sat:  10-4, Sun:  12-3

Hollenberg Station State Historic Site
K-243 near Hanover, KS

Rock Creek Station State Historical Park
57426 710 Rd.
Fairbury, NE 68352

  Ehman Park, Hwy 47 & 15th Street
  Gothenburg, NE 69138

Camp Floyd/Stagecoach Inn State Park

18035 West 1540 North
Fairfield, UT 84013

Fort Churchill State Historic Park

10000 Highway 95A
Silver Springs, NV 89429

B.F. Hastings Building (Western Terminus)

Corner of 2nd & J Streets
Sacramento, CA 95814

Find Monuments Along the Trail

1940 – St. Joseph, Missouri
Tenth & Fredericks Street
Sculptor: Hermon A. MacNeil

1963 – Stateline, Nevada
Harrah’s Casino
Sculptor: Dr. Arvard Fairbanks

1976 – Sacramento, California
2nd & J Streets
Sculptor: Thomas Holland

1985 – Marysville, Kansas
Pony Express Plaza
Sculptor: Richard Bergen

1994 – Reno, Nevada
Grand Sierra Resort
Sculptor: Douglas Van Howard

1998 – Salt Lake City, Utah
This is the Place Heritage Park
Sculptor: Dr Avard Fairbanks
2001 – Casper, Wyoming
BLM Historic Trails Interpretive Center
Sculptor: Dr. Avard Fairbanks
2002 – Julesburg, Colorado
Colorado Welcome Center
Sculptor: Brenda Daniher

2009 – Reno, Nevada
Legends Plaza
Sculptor: Mark Aeling

2011 – Sidney, Nebraska
Cabela/Bass Pro Shops
Sculptor: Peter Fillerup