Five museums in one! Explore the "Smithsonian of the West" with the two day admission. The Whitney Gallery of Art, Draper Natural History, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody Firearms, and Plains Indian Museums are all under one roof, for one price.
The Cody Night Rodeo is held every night June - August at 8:30pm. Come early and enjoy Kowboy Kal- Famous trick roper, get your picture on a LIVE Bull, meet the bullfighters, have your face painted by a real rodeo clown, take a spin in a rodeo barrel, pet a miniature pony, have a try at the "Roller Roper" gates open at 7pm.
This is a free Old West melodrama in held in downtown Cody six nights weekly June 2- late September. The outdoor program takes place along the side of Cody's historic Irma Hotel. Shows are at 6pm Monday-Saturday.
Enjoy a 1 hour informational tour of all the historic sites, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new west attractions that Cody has to offer. Tickets are available at the front desk and shuttle service is provided.
Old Trail Town is a vast collection of historic buildings and western artifacts that provides a hands on history lesson. Most of the cabins were moved to Cody from less than 150 miles away and each is historically significant.
Looking for breathtaking beauty and the top of the world, this trip has it all. Located 17 miles north of Cody on Highway 120, Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, which is one of the most scenic Highways in Wyoming. Dead Indian Peak, elevation 12,253 feet, looks out over the Sunlight Basin and Clark's Fork River. Forty-seven miles up the highway, the road splits and takes you to either the Beartooth Highway or Cooke City and the north entrance of Yellowstone Park. Beartooth Pass has an elevation of 10,947 feet and allows for year round snowball fights.
A block past Wal-Mart is the start of this pristine drive through the countryside. Take a left hand turn and travel southwest on the Southfork Road and view lush farmland, working ranches, bighorn sheep, elk, deer and moose are abundant throughout this drive. Castle Rock and Carter Mountain dot the landscape and provide a beautiful backdrop for the wildlife that flourishes on this scenic drive.
Drive west of Cody on US 14-16-20 to the east entrance of Yellowstone. Visit the Buffalo Bill Dam, Pahaska Teepee (Buffalo Bill's Lodge), and watch the abundant wildlife that live throughout the area.
Leave your rig at the park and travel into the oldest National Park in the United States. Enjoy wildlife, geological wonders, and the many fascinating features that make Yellowstone a must see for every U.S. traveler.