The Wyoming House for Historic Women
See exhibits on Louisa Gardner Swain — the first woman in the world to vote under the Wyoming Territory law granting women the right to vote and hold office — and 12 other local women who paved the way in the women’s suffrage movement.
Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site
This historic site is rich with tales of “violent and desperate outlaws,” the most famous of which was Butch Cassidy. Learn about the penitentiary’s prisoners and how it became a center for scientific experimentation for the University of Wyoming.
Mountain View Hotel & Cafe
Flanked by the Snowy Range, Laramie Plains, and Medicine Bow National Forest, this lovingly restored 1907 hotel and cafe is a terrific home base for adventures in the surrounding wild lands.
Grand Encampment Museum
Wander through more than a dozen preserved historic buildings furnished with artifacts showcasing the history of the timber, mining, and agricultural industries of the Upper Platte Valley at the turn of the 20th century. Don’t miss the two-story outhouse.
6 Mile Gap Fishing
Near Saratoga, Wyoming
The North Platte River near Saratoga has multiple coveted fishing sections, including the 6 Mile Gap — known for supplying a bounty of trophy trout. Join other eager fishermen on the banks of the river on your own or connect with a local guide and outfitter.
Rawlins Frontier Prison
More than 13,500 people were incarcerated at the “Old Pen” during its 80 years of operation, including 11 women. Tour the prison, built in 1901 just three blocks off Main Street, to learn about its fascinatingly dark past.
Women’s Suffrage Pathway
Near South Pass City, Wyoming
Drive the Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Pathway, a 19-mile segment of Highway 28 southwest of South Pass City. The 1860s-era mining town is where Esther Hobart Morris served as justice of the peace and became the first woman to hold political office in the U.S.
Lander Bar & Grill
Originally opened as a saloon in 1908, the bar served as hotel, brothel and boarding house — among other things — before it was turned back into a saloon. Order a whiskey or craft beer, the perfect thirst quenchers after a day of rock climbing at nearby Sinks Canyon State Park.
Wind River Hotel & Casino
Learn about the past, present and future of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes who reside on the Wind River Reservation in the establishment’s Northern Arapaho Experience Room, and try your luck at the casino.
Wind River Indian Reservation Driving Tour
Near Riverton, Wyoming
This self-guided tour of the Wind River Indian Reservation takes visitors to sites significant to the history and culture of tribes who call it home, including the grave of Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe.
National Museum of Military Vehicles
Tour an expansive Dubois museum filled with hundreds of restored military vehicles, naval vessels, artillery pieces, and aircraft – some dating back as early as 1897. Exhibits showcase how the vehicles were used in war and remember the bravery of American service members.
National Bighorn Sheep Center
The world’s largest wintering herd of bighorn sheep roams this remote area. Stop by the National Bighorn Sheep Center to view exhibits about the majestic mammals and set up a guided or solo tour to see them in their natural habitat.
Yellowstone National Park, East Entrance
Near Ten Sleep, Wyoming
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