Address: 710 S Lions Park Dr, Cheyenne.
It was established in 1977 in Lions Park where you can find a variety of landscapes, children's playgrounds, solar-heated conservatory, etc.
Address: 200 W 24th St, Cheyenne.
This State Capitol is the seat of government of the U.S. state of Wyoming and was built in between 1886 and 1890. This state capitol contains the chambers of the Wyoming State Legislature as well as the office of the Governor of Wyoming.
Address: 121 W 15th St #300, Cheyenne.
This is a railroad museum in Cheyenne and was built in the 1880s and you can learn about the history of railroad systems in Cheyenne by visiting here.
Address: 4610 Carey Ave, Cheyenne.
This museum was established in 1978 to cultivate and Preserve the Western Legacy of Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Address: 1705 Morrie Ave, Cheyenne.
You can find World's largest steam locomotive over here & this powerful coal-fired engine was designed to pull a 3600-ton train over steep grades between Cheyenne, WY, and Ogden, Utah. The 4004 is one of the eight remaining Big Boys throughout the country.
Address: 2301 Central Ave, Cheyenne.
This museum was opened in 1895 with the purpose to serve as an educational, historical, and cultural institution, whose goal is to collect, preserve, and interpret artifacts that reflect the human and natural history of Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain West.
Address: 300 E 21st St, Cheyenne.
This historic building is the official residence of Governor of Wyoming. It was built in 1976.
Address: 1714 Carey Ave, Cheyenne.
This heritage museum consists of displays of hundreds of uniforms, saddles, firearms and accessories the Military component and the collections covers all wars from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
Address: 205 W 17th St, Cheyenne.
This museum exhibits artifacts from women's role in pioneering the West, along with a shop for gifts & souvenirs.
Address: 121 W 15th St #202, Cheyenne.
Tours on the enclosed Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley would be an incredible experience for visitors. The tours may cover a lot of history during the time of the wild and unbridled west. Some content may include outlaws, gunfights, saloons and brothels. Please be advised that this tour may not be appropriate for families that do not want their children to hear such stories.
Address: 1 Depot Square Capitol &, W 15th St, Cheyenne.
This plaza is popular for conducting local music live performances and farmer's market with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Address: 616 Crook Ave, Cheyenne.
This is a museum in Cheyenne where you can explore the old west with displays of carriages, saddles, quilts, cars, sleighs guns, and wildlife mounts and learn about the history of Cheyenne and the surrounding area.
Address: 218 E 25th St, Cheyenne.
This is a thrilling escape game center in Cheyenne would be a fantastic experience for visitors.
Address: 5117 Seminoe Rd, Cheyenne.
This is a beautiful nature park in Cheyenne with Bicycle Path, Disk Golf Course, Fishing, Pond, Picnic Facilities, Play Area, Rental Shelter, Restroom, Horseshoes, Volleyball and Grills.
Address: 31, 401 N Champagne Dr, Francis E. Warren AFB.
This is a military museum located at Warren Air Force Base where you can find exhibits related to air missile defense.
Address: 624 E Pershing Blvd, Cheyenne.
This is a history museum in Cheyenne with exhibits of archives, photos, films & artifacts.
Address: 5611 High Plains Road, Cheyenne.
This is a visitor center in Wyoming where you find restrooms, parking lots, picnic tables and state visitor and welcoming centers.
Address: 1331 Talbot Ct, Cheyenne.
This park consists of Baseball Field, Basketball, Concessions, Picnic Facilities, Play Area, Recreation Building, Restrooms, Tennis Court.
Address: 4603 Lions Park Dr, Cheyenne.
This is a recreation division in Cheyenne includes park shelters, lions park, community house, sports spaces, etc.