The very name Cheyenne conjures up images of cowboys, rodeos and trains around the world. Today's Cheyenne is all of that and more. From the world's largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration to world class mountain biking, climbing, and camping, a visit to Cheyenne offers great opportunities. Come for our events, experience our museums and take home new memories.
Since 1897, Cheyenne has celebrated its Old West roots with this eye-popping festival. The centerpiece of this Western celebration is the world's largest outdoor rodeo, which draws top professionals who compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. Complementing the daily rodeo action are behind-the-chutes tours, trick riding and a wild-horse race. A Native American Village, an old frontier town, a saloon, dancing, a chuck wagon cook-off, pancake breakfasts and an art show carry through the frontier theme. Rounding out the program are a carnival midway, an air show, top-name entertainment, professional bull riding shows and several parades that include antique carriages and automobiles. Cheyenne Frontier Days takes place each summer during the last full week in July.
This is a wonderful area for hiking and climbing.
If you're looking for some real home cooking come out and see us! We make all of our soups and sides in house from real fresh ingredients, hand cut fries, homemade sweet potatoes and mashed potatoesEvery Friday & Saturday from 7pm-11pm our house band takes the stage. The Y-4 band plays a collection of classic country western music. This is a family friendly atmosphere, so get the kids, grab your boots and head out to the Bunkhouse for a good time!
The concept is simple: You and your team will be locked in a room where you have 60 minutes to find clues, solve puzzles and escape the room before your time is up. Play with your family, friends or co-workers and see if you have what it takes to make an Epic Escape.
Pine Bluff - most weekends in the summer.
This State Park includes 2 reservoirs for fishing and boating.
Here you'll find stock car racing events all summer.
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 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).
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.
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.
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.
A self guided tour of giant decorated cowboys boots are all over Cheyenne. See them all!
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