Cheyenne, Laramie, and Southern Wyoming

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Cheyenne, Laramie, and Southern Wyoming - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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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 especially wonderful escape on...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

    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 and mining. A...Read More

  • 6. 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. Some notable collections...Read More

  • 7. 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

  • 8. 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

  • 9. 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

  • 10. 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

  • 11. Rock Springs Historical Museum


    Countless artifacts here illustrate the beauty and ugliness of Rock Springs's past, which dates back to the mid-1800s. Learn about how the railroad...Read More

  • 12. Saratoga Hobo Hot Springs

    Hot Spring

    Hot mineral waters flow freely through the Saratoga Hobo Hot Springs, and the adjacent cooler swimming pool is heated by the springs. People...Read More

  • 13. Sweetwater County Museum


    Learn about the history of southwestern Wyoming in this renovated post office in downtown Green River. Permanent exhibits go in-depth about...Read More

  • 14. Ulrich's Fossil Gallery

    In business since the 1950s, Ulrich's Fossil Gallery has fossils from around the world on display. You can even buy some specimens, particularly fish fossils....Read More

  • 15. University of Wyoming Anthropology Museum


    The Anthropology Museum at the university takes visitors on a journey through human evolution, starting in Africa millions of years ago. Part...Read More

  • 16. University of Wyoming Insect Gallery


    Kids especially enjoy looking at the butterflies, mosquitoes, and other crawling and flying critters at the Insect Gallery at UW. The collection...Read More

  • 17. Western Wyoming Community College Natural History Museum

    Dinosaurs, placed throughout the building, are among the prehistoric animal and plant specimens on display at the WWCC Natural History Museum. Species range in age...Read More

  • 18. Wyoming Frontier Prison

    Cold steel and concrete, the Death House, and the Yard are all part of the tour of the Wyoming Frontier Prison, which served as the...Read More

  • 19. Wyoming State Museum

    Several permanent exhibits are dedicated to exploring the heritage, culture, and landscape of Wyoming, covering everything from natural resources to wildlife to historical events. There's...Read More

  • 20. Wyoming Children's Museum and Nature Center

    Here children are encouraged to explore, make noise, experiment, play, imagine, discover, and invent. The hands-on exhibits emphasize wildlife, nature, and some local history. Live...Read More

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