Wyoming leads visitors on historical journeys into women's firsts, Native American's lives, and the story of its lands. Now you can follow in the footsteps of colossal prehistoric creatures, hopeful pioneers and intrepid mountain men with the following information:
1. Cheyenne - The Cowgirls of the West Museum & Emporium
This donation-based museum offers alot of thought provoking history. You can learn about the roles women played in taming the rough-and-tumble American West at the Cowgirls of the West Museum & Emporium in Cheyenne.
2. Cheyenne - Wyoming State Museum
Every inch of Wyoming has tales to tell. Delve into Native American and coal-mining history and the people, places and events that have shaped the Cowboy State at Cheyenne’s Wyoming State Museum.
3. Fort Laramie - Fort Laramie National Historic Site
Tour buildings dating back to 1849 at Fort Laramie National Historic Site, a fur-trading fort that became a haven for weary westbound emigrants.
4. Glenrock - Paleon Museum
Have you always wanted to be a paleontologist? Opt for a day dig with the Paleon Museum in Glenrock to learn how to excavate and handle real fossils.
5. Casper - National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
Interactive exhibits show a glimpse into the lives of pioneers who traveled the Oregon, Mormon, California and Pony Express trails. Gain insight into their hardships and victories throughout the 1800s at Casper’s National Historic Trails Interpretive Center.