This small town in Wyoming’s beautiful Black Hills conjures images of rowdy cowboys from the days of the Wild West.
After all, Sundance is where a member of Butch Cassidy’s notorious Wild Bunch gang, The Sundance Kid, got his name after being jailed for stealing a horse. Be sure to take your picture with this infamous outlaw at the Crook County Museum & 1875 Gallery. Take in even more of the town’s Native American and Wild West history on a Sip n Walk Historical Tour, where you can meet historical figures while sipping on wine, beer or lemonade. Sundance, Wyoming is also considered the gateway to Devils Tower National Monument, as the town sites less than 30 miles from this otherworldly rock formation. In fact, Sundance is in an ideal central location to a handful of the area’s must-sees, including Keyhole State Park, Vore Buffalo Jump, the Aladdin General Store as well as South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse and Spearfish Canyon. Enjoy quaint restaurants, bars, retail stores and more as you experience the Old West.