Cowgirls of the West Museum/Store
The Cowgirls of the West Museum highlights the substantial contributions that cowgirls have made to the area's history.
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Depot Gift Shop
Visitors can pick up a variety of train souvenirs in the Depot Museum's gift shop.
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Depot Museum
The Cheyenne Depot Museum is rich with railroad history, exhibits and interactive displays.
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Scale
One of the historic exhibits in the Depot Museum
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Interactive Display
Morse code practice in the Depot Museum
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Historic Governors' Mansion
Restored and renovated Governors' Mansion
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Dining Room
Nineteen Wyoming First Families dined in this room at the Historic Governors' Mansion.
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Bedroom
Video tours, self-guided tours and guided tours of the Historic Governors' Mansion are available.
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Nelson Museum of the West
Many game trophies are on display in the Nelson Museum.
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Trophies on Display
The Nelson Museum is designed to house more than 20 exhibits in 11,000 square feet of gallery space.
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Spurs
All things western, including spurs, are displayed at the Nelson Museum.
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Western Art Show & Sale
Experience the region's most celebrated western art exhibition at the Old West Museum during Cheyenne Frontier Days.
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Old West Museum
The Cheyenne Frontier Days Western Art Show and Sale celebrated its 28th Anniversary in 2007.
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Night Shows Display
Cheyenne Frontier Days attracts top performers for its night shows.
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Chris LeDoux Saddle
This exhibit at the Old West Museum showcases Chris LeDoux, world-class rodeo and country music legend, and his ties to Cheyenne and Wyoming.
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Cheyenne to Deadwood Stage
The Deadwood Stage carried passengers and freight between the South Dakota gold fields and Cheyenne, the region's largest shipping point. The stage is on display at the Old West Museum.
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State Museum
The Wyoming State Museum exhibits and interprets the history of Wyoming.
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Diorama
Wyoming wildlife exhibits are in one of ten galleries at the Wyoming State Museum.
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Wyoming Wildlife
The Wyoming State Museum was founded in 1895.
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Archaeological Lab & Visitors Center
The museum houses artifacts taken from the Pine Bluffs dig site area and walks the visitor through the history of the area.
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Archaeological Dig Site
Active site of historic Indian relics and pre-historic artifacts dating back over 11,000 years; I-80 rest stop
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F.E. Warren Air Force Base Museum
This museum shows the history of Fort D.A. Russell up through the present F.E. Warren Air Force Base.
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Texas Trail Display
One of the exhibits in the Texas Trail Museum in Pine Bluffs
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Texas Trail Museum
Some 800,000 head of wild, longhorn cattle from Texas were moved along the Texas Trail into the territories of Wyoming and Montana.
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University of Wyoming Archaeological Lab
Archaeologists at the dig site in Pine Bluffs explain how each artifact is handled after it is found.
Credit: Matthew Idler
University of Wyoming Archaeological Visitors Center
The Archaeology museum houses artifacts taken from the dig site area and walks the visitor through the history of the Pine Bluffs area.
Credit: Matthew Idler
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