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Wyoming is the 10th largest state in the USA, the least populated state, and the least densely populated state. But that does not mean that there is nothing to see and do in the Cowboy State. The many old west towns, ranches, rodeos, and engrossing pioneer museums give Wyoming a documented feel for the wild-west culture. Indeed, the wild west still lives in Wyoming.

The state’s many national parks provide opportunities to savor the picturesque beauty of Mother Nature and indulge in a broad range of outdoor activities like hiking, climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, and golf.

Wyoming is also home to an incredibly diverse wildlife population. The pristine blue sky is often filled with Golden Eagles and several hundred species of birds, the howls of wolves are a common sound in the parks, and the chance to see bears, mountain lions, bighorn sheep herds bison, Mountain elk, and moose all add up to make Wyoming an adventure. And don’t forget to visit the geothermal phenomena that remind us that the earth is a living, breathing, evolving entity.

Let’s take a look at a few of Wyoming’s must-see attractions:

  • Cheyenne. Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming, is a great place to begin to explore the Cowboy State, and there is no better way to get a feel for Wyoming than a tour of the state capital building which is a National Historic Landmark. Construction began on the building in 1886 and continued until 1917 with the additions of the House and Senate Chambers. The structure is a massive, three and one-half stories, approximately 300 feet long by 83 to 112 feet wide. The architectural design of the building is renaissance revival, similar to the National Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The grounds are impeccable, with elegant trees and verdant lawns, and enhanced by statues that tell the story of Wyoming history. Upon entering the rotunda the first thing to notice is the mesmerizing checkerboard marble flooring and cherry wood staircases. The lower level is home to a vast collection of artwork, and self-guided tours are available.
  • Other points of interest in Cheyenne are the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, the Wyoming State Museum, and the Cheyenne Depot Museum. All of Cheyenne’s museums and historic sites take you on a trip back in time starting in 1867 with Cheyenne's birth as a station on the Union Pacific Railroad. Near the Depot, in Holiday Park, is the home of the Big Boy locomotive, one of the gigantic steam engines the world has ever seen. Even after several decades of retirement, the Big Boy (aka ol’ Number 4004) remains a magnificent, grandiose sight. This monstrous, coal-fired engine was built to tug and drag a 3600-ton train over very steep, arduous terrain between Cheyenne, WY, and Ogden, Utah. The good news is that you can get with 5 feet of this marvelous, stately force of nature and feel its power. Aboarrrrd”!
  • Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Considered “the Crossroads of a Nation Moving West”, Fort Laramie played a critical role in offering repose for the pioneers making their westward trek on the Mormon, California, and Oregon Trails. A visit to the fort will allow you to travel back in time to that gripping, perilous time. History is fully on display through the weapons, uniforms, and day-to-day living conditions of the troops. The buildings have been completed renovated so feel free to drop into the general store, the post office, barracks, officers’ quarters, and the medical quarters. Choose between a self-guided tour or listening to an interpretive talk...or both!
  • The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody. Remembered today as one of the most colorful legends of the west, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody lived an incredible life of adventure – soldier, Bison hunter, and a world-class showman. Discover the details of Cody’s adventures at the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody. But there are four other museums at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The Plains Indian Museum is home to one of the most significant collections of Native American Art and Artifacts and will give you a deep appreciation and insight into the culture of American Indians. The Cody Firearms Museum has more than 4,000 firearms on display and is considered the most comprehensive firearms museum in the country – with good reason! The Draper Natural History Museum is extremely kid-friendly, and the Whitney Western Art Museum captures the spirit of the wild-west in a lifelike, graphic, and authentic manner.
  • Yellowstone National Park. Saying that Yellowstone National Park is unique is a bit of an understatement. In fact, it is billed as “...visiting Yellowstone is like stepping into another world.” And that’s so true. The famous Old Faithful Geyser draws visitors from all four corners of the globe to gaze in wonder as its multiple daily predictable eruptions spew out several thousand gallons of water up to 180 feet high in an average time of 1.5 to 5 minutes. But stand back – the water is a blistering 204 F (95.6 C) The deep canyons of Yellowstone offer awe-inspiring, silent testimonials to the power and patience of the geological forces that are continually at work, shaping and reshaping the planet. If all of this is not sufficient reason to visit Yellowstone, consider this. “Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam, Where the deer and antelope play” are lyrics from the unofficial anthem song of the American West: Home on the Range. And Yellowstone National Park is indeed the place to see frontier wildlife, up and close. Grizzly bears, Black Bears, Gary Wolves, Mountain Elk, Bald Eagles, Bighorn Sheep herds, and the iconic animal symbol of the west: Bison.
  • There are several other riveting, intriguing attractions in Wyoming that are beckoning for your attention. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, where you can enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, camping, and kayaking; The Devils Tower National Monument, an unparalleled geological phenomenon; the Grand Targhee Ski Resort, where you can enjoy world-class skiing at an affordable price without the droves of skiers common to other resorts; Go Native America to experience Native American culture, history, and arts of the Plains Tribes; The Wind River Range, where you can hike the Continental Divide Scenic National Trail, that stretches all the way from Mexico to Canada; Old Trail Town in Cody, where you can make history come alive by exploring restored, authentic frontier architecture like one-room schools, livery barns, and log cabins; Hot Springs State Park where you can wind down in a 104-degree mineral pool which taking in the panoramic surroundings, and the many enchantments of Grand Teton National Park.

But you need to be vigorous and energetic to enjoy the tourist attractions that Wyoming has to offer.

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