When you're in the Depot, where Visit Cheyenne's visitor's booth is located, you can share a picture of you on your vacation with friends and family on Facebook, Twitter and email!
Check out some pictures recent visitors took on the right here.
Since this is a scrolling scrapbook of the latest pictures that folks took, some may have been taken just a few minutes ago.
Pine Bluffs Visitor Guide : This town is 40 miles east of Cheyenne on the Nebraska border and features the University of Wyoming Archeological Dig Site, our Lady of Peace Shrine, summertime rodeo, Texas Trail Museum and nature areas. Eastern Laramie County is also home to Burns and Albin.
Tracking Trains: Cheyenne started when the Union Pacific laid tracks heading west there in 1867, and the lure of trains remains. Learn about Big Boy, Engine 1242. the Merci Train, Ames Monument, the Depot and more.
Historic Waking Tour: The downtown area is full of great stories about the people, places and events that make exploring Cheyenne's history an interesting way to spend the day.
Cheyenne Visitor Guide: This inclusive brochure covers everything from top attractions to the city's restaurants, suggested itineraries to hotel and camping spaces.
These Boots Are Made for Talking: Cheyenne is home to 18 eight-foot-tall boots that were designed by local artists to represent what Wyoming meant to them. From gamblers to Wyoming licenses, antelopes to old west memories, the boots make for a fun "treasure hunt" through Cheyenne. An audio tour of the boots is voiced by each boot's artist to explain what motivated them.
Cheyenne Frontier Days: Read about the most current or upcoming Cheyenne Frontier Days. Events are similar from year to year, except for night show acts. To get the most up-to-date information, visit CFD's website.