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Buffalo, Wyoming is tucked away between
the rolling plains of the Old West and the
towering peaks of the Bighorn Mountains.
Whether it’s beautiful scenery, wide open spaces, outdoor recreation or getting a sense of history through local museums, Buffalo and its surrounding communities are places you’ll love to visit. Enjoy the Western hospitality of restaurants from family fare to fine dining, in addition to shops, art galleries and a wide selection of lodging. Sit down for breakfast at the Busy Bee Cafe, a name you might recognize from the hit book and television series, Longmire, which took much of its inspiration from the Buffalo area. Stay at the historic Occidental Hotel, a western gem that once welcomed Teddy Roosevelt, Calamity Jane and other Old West icons. Or experience the Western lifestyle yourself at one of the area’s guest ranches, like Paradise Guest Ranch. Head into nearby Bighorn National Forest to enjoy fishing streams and alpine lakes, hiking among breathtaking scenery and camping in serene areas like the South Fork Campground. Winter activities include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing and snowmobiling.
Your History Guide: Buffalo, Wyoming
Things To Do
If you’re looking for what to do in Buffalo, Wyoming, you’ve come to the right place. Discover things to do and how to do them in this historic town nestled in the foothills of the Big Horm Mountains.
Places TO Stay
From hotels and motels to ranches and resorts, you’ll find the perfect place to stay in Buffalo, Wyoming.
Places TO Eat
If you’re looking for great food and tasty brews, whiskey and wine in Wyoming, you’ve come to the right place. Explore the places to eat and drink in Buffalo, Wyoming, and start planning your vacation.