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More than 58 mounted dinosaur skeletons, hundreds of displays and dioramas highlighting the prehistoric past, and an impressive roster of hands-on educational programs — including opportunities to participate in real fossil digs — are just a few reasons why the Wyoming Dinosaur Center in Thermopolis is one of Wyoming’s most-beloved family attractions. The expansive complex’s… Read more »
Flying to Wyoming The Jackson Hole Airport is serviced by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Skywest Airlines and United Airlines seasonally. These airlines provide direct service to Denver, Salt Lake City, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Minneapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, Houston, Newark, JFK-New York, Seattle, Washington Dulles, and Los Angeles. Several other regional and international airports offer… Read more »
If you’re looking for a place to live out your happily ever after wedding, there’s no better place than Wyoming. The beauty of Wyoming comes right out of a picture book, only there’s no fantasy here–it’s all real! During your trip planning don’t forget that Wyoming is home to the very first National Park: Yellowstone. Plus,… Read more »
Long before fishermen, cowboys and even bison walked across Wyoming, the state was the stomping ground of countless dinosaurs. With an official state dinosaur — the triceratops — as well as a state fossil, Wyoming is thought to have one of the richest fossil records in the nation. Become awestruck by gargantuan dinosaur bones, mammal… Read more »
Before you head out on the road, be sure to check weather and road conditions, emergency alerts and a map of the state’s major highways.Be aware that every town marked on the map may not have services, or may not have services 24 hours a day. Wyoming’s wide open spaces means there is a lot… Read more »
Located strategically around Wyoming, information centers are designed to give you one-on-one contact with your own Wyoming travel expert. Discover friendly information specialists, interactive displays, free maps and other travel resources. Find the visitor information centers along your route below.