Founded in 1867, Cheyenne's roots lie in the Wild West era. Discover its fascinating past through historic sites and museums.

A Rich History Steeped in the Wild West

Immerse yourself in the world's largest outdoor rodeo at Cheyenne Frontier Days, a 10-day extravaganza held every July.

Cheyenne Frontier Days: A Celebration of Western Heritage

Cheyenne offers more than just cowboys. Visit the Wyoming State Capitol, the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, or the Laramie County Community College Art Gallery.

Beyond Rodeos: Exploring Cheyenne's Cultural Gems

Delve into the past at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, featuring exhibits on early rodeos, Native American history, and frontier life.

A Haven for History Buffs

Travel back millions of years at the Wyoming State Museum, where you'll find impressive dinosaur fossils and other prehistoric wonders.

Dinosaur Discoveries at the Wyoming State Museum

Admire the architectural beauty of Cheyenne, from the historic 1904 Governors' Mansion to the grand 19th-century Wyoming State Capitol Building.

Architectural Delights: A Glimpse into the City's Past

Cheyenne serves as a gateway to outdoor adventures. Hike or bike in the nearby trails, go camping in the Laramie Mountains, or fish in the crystal-clear lakes.

Outdoor Adventures Await

Savor the flavors of the West with delicious cowboy cuisine. Alternatively, explore Cheyenne's diverse culinary scene, offering international flavors and local favorites.

A Culinary Journey: From Cowboy Cuisine to International Delights

Find unique souvenirs and Western wear in Cheyenne's charming boutiques and shops. Don't forget to check out the local art galleries and craft stores.

Shopping Spree: Local Boutiques and Western Wear

Cheyenne offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and outdoor adventure. Plan your Wyoming adventure and discover the magic of Cheyenne today!

Experience the Magic of Cheyenne: Your Wyoming Adventure Begins Here