Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery

Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery

Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery

Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery

Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery

Proof your skills with a rifle at this wild west themed shooting arcade offering targets of various difficulties in a detailed scenery

Which western movie would be complete without a gun fight? Obviously especially young cowboys roaming Frontierland want to get their chance to pull a quick one ... enter the Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery. The elaborate three dimensional and several meter deep wild west scenery of this shooting gallery offers aspiring cowboys 74 targets to aim their rifles at.

The targets range from humanized cactee in the rocky desert scenery to staked barrels next to dilapidated huts (which hide a secret), a boot hill and even the colorful cart of Quacksalver N. Clement Weather touting his "Thunderbolt Elixir - A Miracle from the Heavens".

Whenever a target is hit the shooting cowboy (and any onlookers) are rewarded with a reaction in the scenery - which may be a small reaction (such as a sign swinging back and forth) or an elaborate action playing out revealing hidden secrets in the scenery, which in most cases turn out to be good humored puns.

So are you ready for a little shoot-out? If your aim is that of a true cowboby, you may literally turn the Wild West upside down when hitting the right targets...


The Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery is (as the three further arcades located in Discoveryland) not included in the park admission. An additional surcharge applies and has to be paid in coins directly at the selected rifle.

Before choosing a rifle take a close look at the scenery. While all rifles allow to shoot at most targets the scenery is exceptionally wide, so if you are interested in any specific targets / effects it is worth getting a rifle closer to these.

The building housing the Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery not only includes the covered porch out front but also a hidden porch on its backside. Accessible via the small walkway to the left of the building this small porch offer just enough space for a couple of guests who can sit down on one of the stacked up boxes and chairs placed there. The porch is one of the well hidden spots in the Disneyland Park to relax even on a busy day and soak in the atmosphere looking out over the Rivers of the Far West toward Big Thunder Mountain and Phantom Manor while waving to the guests passing by just a few feet away on the elegant Riverboats or the rustic River RogueKeelboats...


  • number of targets: 74
  • surcharge applies
  • Waitingtime: Waitingtime: 1 of 5


Shooting galleries are a staple for any amusement park and most theme parks. Certainly the various Disney Magic Kingdom parks around the globe are no different in this regard. In fact the original Disneyland in Anaheim featured a "Main Street Shooting Gallery" in its opening year 1955 which was closed in 1962 only because another shooting gallery was also found in Frontierland. However, back in 1955 the rifles at the "Main Street Shooting Gallery" were actualy using real, small pellets requiring nightly repainting of the targets. Nowadays the rifles use state of the art technology (infrared laser beams) not requiring any pysical impact on the targets - which in turn allowed Imagineering to create detailed, animated scenes at which guests can aim. votings

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