You hear ‘Cheyenne’ and images of cowboys and rodeos pop in your head.

Settled by rugged pioneers following the path of the transcontinental railroad, the capital of Wyoming beckons to you as it did to settlers all those years ago. Stomp your boots and wave your Stetson at Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration. Breathe in the comforting scent of leather at The Wrangler while you outfit yourself in the latest western wear. Challenge yourself by rock climbing at Vedauwoo or mountain biking at Curt Gowdy State Park, or simply take a hike and drink in all the natural beauty surrounding you. With so much to see and do here, you can live the legend of Cheyenne through its storied history and thriving present.

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Annual Events

Cheyenne Frontier Days, Depot Days

Nearby Cities

Laramie, Chugwater, Pine Bluffs

Don’t Miss

Cheyenne Depot Museum



Explore Cheyenne

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Embark on a cultural trip through Wyoming’s western origins beginning with a visit to the iconic Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo and famous Pancake Breakfast. Join our hosts as they take a guided trip through Cheyenne, stopping at various landmarks, the famous Wrangler Mercantile, and the nearby Terry Bison Ranch.

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