Local Area Attractions
Horse Drawn Buggy Tours
In the summer this tour is free, but tips are appreciated.
The Gardens are located in Frontier Park.
Free show at 6 p.m. every evening downtown in the summer.
Downtown Walking Tour
This is a self-guided tour, including information about Cheyenne’s wonderful boots. Get your map at the Depot Visitors Center!
Pine Bluff - most weekends in the summer.
U of WY Archaeological Dig Site
Curt Gowdy State Park
This State Park includes 2 reservoirs for fishing and boating.
Big Country Speedway
Here you'll find stock car racing events all summer.
Western Wear Shopping
There are lots of Western Stores in Cheyenne to fulfill your cowboy dreams for boots, hats, jeans plus saddles and tack for your horse.
Medicine Bow National Forest
Medicine Bow National Forest provides a variety of recreational opportunities and natural attractions, including the Vedauwoo Recreation Area and the Snowy Range Ski Area.
Ames Monument is a state historic site west of Cheyenne off I-80. A 60 foot pyramid build in 1883 as a monument to Oliver and Oakes Ames (two men instrumental in the construction of the first transcontinental railroad).
Six Museums; the State Capitol Building; plus the Governor’s Mansion
The State Capitol is beautiful and free to tour. Across the street is the Wyoming State History Museum, another free museum and a great place for kids.
City Tours on the Trolley
In the summer the trolley runs 5 times a day and leaves from the Depot. Visitors can get on and off to visit area attractions.
Train Depot and Visitors Center
Start here to get all of the latest information on Cheyenne. It is located downtown just off Lincoln Way and Central.
See the "Big Boy" steam engine; plus Engine 1242 in Lions Park and the French Merci Train which was donated by the French in 1949 in thanks.
Painted Cowboy Boots
A self guided tour of giant decorated cowboys boots are all over Cheyenne. See them all!
Vedauwoo Recreation Area
This is a wonderful area for hiking and climbing.