Join us for an evening at the historic Menger Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, and experience the legendary Theodore Roosevelt come to life in an unforgettable dinner show!
Joe Wiegand, the world’s premiere Theodore Roosevelt reprisor, will share stories of his time in San Antonio recruiting Rough Riders, his path to the White House, and how the West shaped his conservation legacy.
Before the main show, get into the Americana mood with music by folk artist Tom Brosseau and singer-songwriter Heidi Gluck.
Enjoy a delicious dinner meal by the Menger Hotel’s chefs and take in the rich history of the hotel – a place that has hosted countless influential figures throughout the years, including Teddy himself! Tickets do not include a stay at the Menger Hotel. Book your room reservation at the link below.
Whether you’re a history enthusiast or a lover of live music, join us in celebrating the legacy of one of America’s most beloved presidents with an evening of entertainment and delicious eats.
Use code TRPKG to book the TR package at the Menger Hotel. Package includes a deluxe guest room at $159 per night, complimentary valet parking, 2 drink tickets for show’s cash bar, and a Teddy Roosevelt Welcome Gift.
In February 1905, the National Forest Service was established at the request of Teddy Roosevelt. During his time in the White House Teddy established 150 National Forests – totaling 150 million acres of protected land.
In 1900 Roosevelt toured Nebraska as vice-presidential nominee. He visited over 40 towns in a four-day period, addressing more than 300,000 Nebraskans. The Neligh Advocate reported, “Teddy is enthroned in the hearts of the Nebraska people.”
Teddy takes to the arena at the University of North Dakota, joined by Medora talent. Come out for a night of tailgating, games, entertainment and cheering on the Fighting Hawks!
In the come and the go, Teddy may have a chance to say hello, take a picture, visit a school, or take Theodore Roosevelt Association Teddy Bears to your local children’s hospital. Reach at to Joe Wiegand if you might like to rendezvous.
Luxury meets western charm and presidential history at the Historic Rough Riders Hotel, located in the heart of downtown Medora!
Enjoy a modern culinary experience with all the character of the old west at Theodore’s Dining Room located inside the Rough Riders Hotel!
When young Teddy Roosevelt first visited Island Falls, Maine, he fell in love with a secluded area of forest where he visited to quietly read his Bible – now known as Bible Point. There he also met William Sewall and Wilmot Dow, men who would become lifelong friends and who would follow him to Dakota Territory to manage his ranch.