Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming, has something to offer culture seekers and foodies as well as leisure and adventure travelers. Think cowboys, rodeos, and railroad towns of the pioneering Wild West and you’ll get an idea of what Cheyenne is all about. With the world’s largest outdoor rodeo, great local restaurants, and year-long events, there’s much to do around town. For adventure sports enthusiasts, the town offers great mountain biking and climbing opportunities, while leisure travelers will love touring the local breweries. Cheyenne Frontier Days, Wyoming Brewers Festival, Cheyenne Wine Festival, and Cowboy Symposium are just some of the festivals hosted by the town through the year. Dive into the region’s history at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, the Wyoming State Capitol Building, and the Cheyenne Depot Museum with its historical railroad displays. The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and its solar greenhouse are also worth checking out. Be sure to try the juicy steaks and craft beer while in town.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Arena
Wild West History
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