Cheyenne Attractions

The Cheyenne Attractions

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There' s a lot to do in Cheyenne.

Some of the attractions you can select from are the following: To see all the attractions together, click here. All attractions are in alphabetical order. Wyoming's capitol represents the ghost of the Old West. The country's biggest rail and outdoor sports centre, it is home to a wide range of historical buildings, including a number of historical galleries and villas, a large selection of steamships, attractions and shops from the West, as well as a number of resort and ranch facilities.

Cheyenne Travel provides a uniquely rich and vibrant arts scene, a wide range of gentle adventures and a wide choice of shops and cuisine. To see the top 10 things you should not miss when you visit Cheyenne, click here.

Nineteen Best Activities in Cheyenne, Wyoming

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens have various collection, landscape and plant life and attach great importance to volunteer work, as most of the care of the gardens is done by the volunteer. Gardens are specifically looking for people who are seniors, handicapped or vulnerable young people, with the hope that they will be influenced in a positive way by the therapeutical value of the work.

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The Old West is a year-round Old West Musuem focusing on the Cheyenne Frontier Days, the "world's biggest open-air rodeo and westerns festival", but also on a wealth of works of Western artefacts and artefacts that emphasize the area' s culture. It houses an important library of horse-drawn carriages - many in their pristine state - including stage coaches, a dairy cart and a feed truck.

Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame, venues, children's programmes and a shop are all part of the Old West Museu. Cheyenne was constructed around the railway, coal mines and livestock and flourished in the first few years before and after its foundation in 1890. This colourful past is reflected in the historical centre of the town with its large hotel, manorial office and spacious houses.

Cheyenne's largest and longstanding annual Frontier Day takes place every year in July for 10-day. Acknowledged as" the papa of'em All", the main draw is the pro rockeo contest. Further important activities are the Grand Parade (which lasts several days), the Chuckwagon Cookoff, an aerial show and a concert of great countrymusicians.

Wyoming State Museum displays both the state' s and the Rocky Mountain region' s histories of nature and mankind. Throughout your trip you will get to know the country and Wyoming folk, with everything from dinosaurs found in the state, to pioneering paths and Wyoming's passage from territories to the state.

The " Hands-on History Room ", a photo galery, will tell the history of Wyoming in an interactively and child-friendly way. With the advent of the railway, Cheyenne expanded and began to play an important part in opening up the American West to settlements and developments. Opened for Union Pacific in 1887, the splendid Cheyenne depot has been retained as a national historic landmark.

Situated on the first level, the depot museum displays works of railwayĆ½history. Cheyenne Depot Plaza is an open-air common room where, among other things, the yearly depot days and a New Year's Eve party take place. The Wyoming State Capitol Building was finished in 1890, in the same year Wyoming became a state built of local quarry stones in the great classicism.

You can see the beautiful and historical dates in the various rooms and assembly rooms, according to the daily routine, among them colourful wall paintings, glass-paintings and artistic furnishings. Outdoors you can admire the architectonic detail of this National Historical Landmark and visit the site by visiting statues and memorials in honour of Wyoming's important residents and activities.

From 1905 to 1976 the seat of the state of Wyoming's governing bodies and their family, this imposing colonial manor is now a historical building that is open to the general public as a tour. Situated between the Cheyenne Frontier Days Park and the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens International Airports, Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is a colourful place for a relaxing afternoons.

There is also a winter garden, a historical engine, sculpture and wells.

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