In Wyoming you have blue skies, mountains, and rivers for miles. After learning what Wyoming can offer you, that's what you will be saying. Starting with the world-renowned Yellowstone National Park, there are an awesome amount of Wyoming attractions. Although the state is best known for Yellowstone Park, travelers can also experience an excellent array of historical museums, interesting tourist hotels, and some great tours and day trips.
Like many Wyoming
vacations, you can begin in Yellowstone National Park,
one of the most popular Wyoming attractions, and make
your way over to Cheyenne,
the state’s capital. Yellowstone National Park has
over 2 million acres of unspoiled land and is home to
some great National Monuments such as Old
Faithful. The town of Cody Wyoming is nearby with its excellent selection of Cody
hotels, a popular place for park-goers to stay during
their vacations to Yellowstone.
No Wyoming travel guide would be complete with out a mention of Colonel Buffalo Bill Cody. Buffalo Bill is considered one of the founding fathers of Wyoming, and the city of Cody bears his name. Buffalo Bill was not only famous for his service to the United States Army, but also for the exciting road show he created, which played on the wild nature of the Old West. Buffalo Bill was beloved during his lifetime and has remained an icon of life in Wyoming and 19th century America.
The Cody Firearms Museum is the largest and most important representative of American arms, as well as European arms dating from the 16th century. Another great museum in the area is The Plains Indian Museum ranks as one of the nation’s finest Native American collections. The museum presents art of Plains Indian and artifacts set in authentic Native American settings. This Wyoming travel guide museums tell the history of Cody Wyoming in an educational and exciting way.
Wyoming travel really heats up in the summer and cools down in the winter with Wyoming vacations that include skiing at fantastic locations like Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole is considered the premiere destination for skiing in the United States. The world famous Jackson Hole Ski Resort offers its services with private slopes and luxury accommodations.
In the summer, you can experience the Daddy of them All, Frontier Days, found each year in the city of Cheyenne. Frontier Days is a week long festival of concerts, rodeos and Wild West entertainment. Thousands of loyal fans come to Wyoming to experience the Cheyenne Frontier Days. As the Frontier Days allow tourist and locals alike to experience traditions of the old west, Wyoming vacations can be authentic to the old west as well, with a stay at a working dude or guest ranch. You can rope steer, drive cattle, and test your limits or just be entertained.
When searching for a Wyoming travel guide there are many guided tour options as well. A professional will hike with you on and around the Grand Teton, or a master rafter will assist you on your journey down what the French refer to as the La maudite rivire enrage, or the Mad River. Wyoming vacations offer a lifetime of adventure and excitement all in one state. Travelers looking for even more activities in Wyoming can find information about tours and day trips in Wyoming or suggested itineraries for Wyoming.