The fall is here, the kids have left for school and with so much time, space, and extra funds, there is only one question: Where is the next adventure? 
Cheyenne is a great place to start, whether it's for just a weekend or the start of a weeks-long voyage across the US. Lucky for you, we have the ultimate guide for empty nesters looking to find adventure in our city! 

Splurge on a High-End Meal 

Without that extra plate or two, fine dining is ready and accessible. Cheyenne boasts several options for a delicious entrée in an exquisite environment. The Metropolitan Downtown is great for a pasta or steak dinner, finished off with a cup of cobbler in a straight out of New York City dining room. For something more western, Wyoming's Rib and Chop House has Great Plains classics like steak and pork chops that will make your mouth water with every bite. 

Brewery Tour? Brewery Tour. 

Cheyenne is experiencing a renaissance of craft breweries, and there is no better way to spend your newfound time without children than with a few adult beverages. Our Daddy of the Malt Craft Beverage Trail gets you Buy-One-Get-One-Free brews for you and your partner at four breweries and two distilleries - with a free souvenir at the end. It's a free pass, so why not try some of Cheyenne's best brews? 

We Know You Love History - Explore It! 

Cheyenne has more than enough history to spare and now that you don’t have to worry about constant requests for snacks and tired complaints, you can immerse yourself in Cheyenne’s historic past with ease. Take one of our Wild West Trolley Tours and hear the stories of the ups and downs of Cheyenne, including its long history of debauchery and frivolity. When stepping offboard, you have eight different museums (most of which are free!) to dig in deeper.