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Wyoming State Capitol

This Corinthian-style edifice was modeled after the Capitol in Washington, D.C. The famous Esther Hobart Morris Statue stands in front of the building, in honor of the first woman to hold judicial office in modern times.

Cheyenne Frontier Days old West Museum

Learn about the history of Cheyenne and the Old West at this engaging museum which exhibits antique horse-drawn carriages, wagons and early automobiles, among other artifacts and memorabilia related to the region.

Historic Governors' Mansion

Built in 1904, this grand Colonial Revival-style mansion is home to the governor of Wyoming and his/her family. Guided tours of the facility are available or visitors can tour on their own. An informational video is shown to all.

Street Railway Trolley

Get an overview of Cheyenne's history on this trolley tour around the major tourist attractions, such as the State Capitol, the Governor's Mansion and several historic districts. Special ghost tours relating the creepier side of Old Cheyenne are offered in late October.

The Rodeo

Rodeo events are hosted during Annual Frontier Days.

Big Boy Steam Engine

Railroad buffs will enjoy seeing Old Number 4004, the world's largest steam locomotive, retired from service by the Union Pacific in 1956

Outlaw Trail

Used by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and other infamous Old West outlaws, to stash fresh horses and supplies, this remote trail extends all the way from Montana to Mexico. Horseback tours of the Cheyenne portion of the trail can be arranged through a number of local operators.

Wyoming State Museum

At the Wyoming State Museum visitors can view current and historic Western art and memorabilia.

The Merci Train

This train was a gift from the French in appreciation for the American Friendship Train that supplied food to the French during World War II. On its "thank you" tour, the Merci Train deposited a boxcar full of presents at each state capital.

Cheyenne Country Club

Cheyenne Country Club is an eighteen-hole, par 72 golf course stretches 6,276 yards with a slope/USGA rating of 113/67.9.

Lincoln Theater

Built in the 1950s, this Art Deco gem is probably the least expensive theater in America.

F.E. Warren Air Force Base Museum

This Museum shows the history of Fort D.A. Russell up through the present FE Warren Air Force Base. Portrays life of the late 1800's. Also the home of the ICBM Missile Museum.

Nelson Museum of the West

Here at the Nelson Museum of the West you can view Native American artifacts, cowboy tools, guns, and clothing, plus outlaw memorabilia.

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is the only botanic garden in the nation that provides as its primary purpose, social services for seniors, youth and handicapped individuals along with horticultural education and outreach, community enrichment and beautification.

Curt Gowdy State Park

Curt Gowdy State Park is named after the sportscaster. It's on Happy Jack Road and is a great place for fishing and other water sports. There are mountain trails for summer hiking and nordic skiing after the snow falls.

Airport Golf Course

The Airport Golf Course is a public eighteen-hole, par 70 golf course measures 6,128 yards with a slope/USGA rating of 100/67.1.

Happy Jack Road

Happy Jack Road  leads for 38 miles through the Medicine Bow National Forest. You'll see high rock towers, eroded into fascinating shapes.


At Gunslingers you can enjoy re-enactments of gunfights, western skits, and other Wild West activities in Old Town Square in downtown Cheyenne.

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January 11, 2011