Cheyenne, Laramie, and Southern Wyoming

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  • 1. Cheyenne Botanic Gardens


    The gardens' greenhouse conservatory—several stories high—looks like a cathedral of plants and feels like a tropical oasis. It makes for an...Read More

  • 2. Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum


    This spacious museum within Frontier Park houses some 60,000 artifacts related to rodeos, ranching, and the city's blockbuster of an annual...Read More

  • 3. Curt Gowdy State Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    You can fish, boat, hike, and picnic at this park named for Wyoming's most famous sportscaster, who got his start at local radio stations in...Read More

  • 4. Fort Laramie National Historic Site

    Historic District/Site

    Fort Laramie is one of the most important historic sites in Wyoming, in part because its original buildings are extremely well preserved, but...Read More

  • 5. Grand Encampment Museum


    The modern interpretive center at the Grand Encampment Museum holds exhibits on the history of the Grand Encampment copper district and logging...Read More

  • 6. American Heritage Center


    The center houses more than 90,000 cubic feet (or nearly 17 miles) of rare books, collections of papers, and memorabilia related to such subjects...Read More

  • 7. Battle Highway

    Scenic Drive

    As you make your way west to Baggs over the Battle Highway (Highway 70), you'll cross the Continental Divide and the Rocky Mountains. This route...Read More

  • 8. Carbon County Museum


    This expansive museum tells the history of Carbon County through stories, artifacts, and photos spread across several gallery spaces and a garage...Read More

  • 9. Cheyenne Frontier Days

    Visitor Center

    For further information and to book rodeo and concert tickets, contact Cheyenne Frontier Days . The Web site is a useful resource: you can...Read More

  • 10. Community Fine Arts Center


    The center's Halseth Gallery houses a permanent collection of nearly 500 mostly American paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs, including...Read More

  • 11. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area


    The Flaming Gorge Reservoir of the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area is formed by Green River water held back by Flaming Gorge Dam. Here...Read More

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  • 12. Fort Bridger State Historic Site

    Historic District/Site

    Started in 1843 as a trading post by mountain man Jim Bridger and his partner Louis Vasquez, Fort Bridger was under the control of Mormons by...Read More

  • 13. Fossil Butte National Monument


    A unique concentration of creatures is embedded in the natural limestone outcrop at Fossil Butte National Monument, indicating clearly that...Read More

  • 14. Fossil Country Frontier Museum


    This small but charming window into the past is housed in a former church and features fossils and displays related to early settlement in the...Read More

  • 15. Happy Jack Road

    Scenic Drive

    Although I–80 connects Cheyenne and Laramie more quickly, the drive between the two cities on Happy Jack Road (Highway 210) is very scenic,...Read More

  • 16. Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium


    You can learn about the stars and watch science presentations that transport you to vast landscapes at the planetarium's full-dome theater....Read More

  • 17. Killpecker Sand Dunes

    Other Attraction

    The second largest active sand dune field in the world, these otherworldly mountains and valleys of sand stretch for more than 100 miles. Pay...Read More

  • 18. Laramie Plains Museum at the Historic Ivinson Mansion


    This impressive, Queen Anne–style mansion is home to a growing collection of historical artifacts that help tell the history of the Laramie...Read More

  • 19. Little Snake River Museum

    Museum Village

    Ranch paraphernalia, handmade quilts, a doll collection, and the original 1870s-era cabin of mountain man Jim Baker are exhibited at the Little...Read More

  • 20. Medicine Bow Museum


    You can learn about the history of this small dot of a town at the Medicine Bow Museum, housed in an old railroad depot built in 1913. The summer...Read More

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