Enjoy Cheyenne and “Live the Legend.” We provide information on local restaurants, walking tours, events, hiking, biking, birding, Bison Tours, entertainment, local history and museums.
The "Magic City of the Prairie" sprang up in 1867 when the Union Pacific Railroad arrived. Soon it was the hub on the transcontinental railroad, quickly becoming the richest city per capita in the world. The streets were filled with both fine millinery and the dust and dirt from cattle drives making their way from Texas.
Live the Legend
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Bit O Wyo Ranch
One of a kind western entertainment and fabulous trail rides can create a cowboy experience at the Bit O Wyo Ranch. The Ranch is located in the foothills of the Medicine Bow National Forest between Cheyenne and Laramie. Open Memorial Day until Labor Day. Our guests have really enjoyed this show. We are happy to make the arrangements for you.
Terry Bison Ranch
Bison or buffalo Tours and Horseback riding at the Terry Bison Ranch both are year around, take
care of winter weather for riding. The Terry Ranch was one of Senator Warrens nineteen ranches. Today the ranch boasts a heard of over two thousand buffalo. The Bison tours get up close and personal with the bison. The guided horseback rides are walk only and fur even for novices. Reservations are encouraged, we can help.
CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS
Schedules, activities, everything you could want to know. Cheyenne Frontier Days & Rodeo
Also see Cheyenne Frontier Days at the Nagle Warren for special activities at the Mansion.
|THE CHEYENNE DEPOT
Just blocks away from the Nagle Warren Mansion is the gem of Cheyenne, the historic Cheyenne Depot. Recently renovated, this historic old depot is now home to a variety of businesses including a new restaurant, The Snake River Pub & Brewery. You can eat dinner, enjoy a Cheyenne microbrew and watch the trains make their way through the train yards.
Need to know more about Cheyenne, the old ticket booth is now home to the Cheyenne Visitors Bureau staff who can give you all kinds of ideas about what to do while you’re in town. And on the west side of the building, you can visit the newly opened Depot Museum. Here you’ll learn about the old steam engines that moved people and supplies from New York to San Francisco and from Montana to New Mexico when Cheyenne was a hub on the Trans Continental Railroad.
The plaza in front of the depot is a great gathering spot for locals, especially during late summer months when the farmer’s market takes over the space on Saturday mornings or in the summer on Fridays when bands fill the air with great music.
While you’re at the depot, don’t miss going outside by the tracks. As you look across the rail yard, you can see the historic old round house where Union Pacific Railroad still maintains its steam locomotives. If you want a bird’s eye view of Union Pacifics operation, you can walk south up Warren or Central Avenue to the bridge and watch the trains heading both east and west with their cargo.
The area offers a large variety of birds. On the high prairie we find species like the Mountain Plover and a lot of raptors. Moving west just a few miles, you will find pine and aspen forests and a little further some sub alpine terrain. We have developed a guide to birding in the region Cheyenne, Nothern Colorado (all 8 miles south), Vedawoo, Laramie, Torington & the Goshen Hole, and Western Nebraska Birding in the Cheyenne Area.
PEDALING THE STREETS OF CHEYENNE
Your Cheyenne museums passport is your ticket to experience the rich history of Cheyenne's thrilling and celebrated past. Relive the drama of the pioneers who built Cheyenne and explore the exciting cultural centers that showcase the wonders of Wyoming.
Cell Phone Audio Tours may be enjoyed by museum patrons in all seven museums. The audio tours describe individual museum exhibits, enhancing the experience with additional depth and information and at your personal convenience.
|Cheyenne Depot Museum
|Nelson Museum Of The West
|Wyoming State Museum
|Wyoming State Capitol
|Cheyenne Botanic Gardens
|Cheyenne Frontier Days & Old West Museum
|Historic Governor's Mansion
The Cowgirls of the West 307- http://www.cowgirlsofthewestmuseum.com/