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Southeastern Wyoming

Cheyenne Civic Center Performing Arts Theatre - Performance hall and gallery presents top name entertainers, events and local artists throughout the year.

Historic Governors' Mansion - Visitors can take guided tours or if you wish you can explore the facility on your own. A video is shown to all visitors for an overview.

University of Wyoming Art Museum - Located in the dramatic Centennial Complex on the university campus in Laramie. Museum exhibitions offer something for everyone and are displayed in an exciting gallery environment. Special programs, lectures, openings, workshops, classes, and tours are held on a regular basis.

Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum - Gives residents and visitors to Wyoming an opportunity to discover and experience the West heritage through exhibits, educational programs and research opportunities.

Laramie Plains Museum - The museum is located in a historic Victorian mansion with furnishings from the era. The Laramie history is relayed through a tour guide.

University of Wyoming Geological Museum - The Museum functions to support both public education and scientific research. Wyoming is rich in geologic treasures and the Museum presents to the visitor some glimpses of this geologic diversity. Housing more than 50,000 cataloged fossil, rock, and mineral specimens, it is an important source of information for researchers throughout the world.

Nelson Museum of the West - Dedicated to the preservation of fine Cowboy and Native American objects as well as fine Western art. Rodeo, cowboy and Native American objects comprise the largest part of the Museum's collection of more than 6,000 artifacts.

Stagecoach Museum - This big, spacious museum proudly features a stagecoach used on the famed Cheyenne-Black Hills stage and express line. Other artifacts and information on the history of the stagecoach.

Wyoming State Museum - The Museum has ten galleries that examine Wyoming's story from millions of years ago to the present day.

Cheyenne Little Theatre Players - The Theater is a community theatre organization serving Cheyenne, the state of Wyoming, western Nebraska, and Northern Colorado. It owns and operates the Mary Godfrey Playhouse and the Historic Atlas Theatre. CLTP offers a year-round season of nine full-scale productions involving approximately 350 volunteers and serving audiences totaling in excess of 17,000.

American Heritage Center - Collects, preserves and catalogs manuscripts, photographs, maps, audio-visual materials, rare books, and artifacts related to Wyoming and the West, economic geology, the petroleum and mining industries, transportation, American culture, conservation, and water resources.

Cheyenne Depot Museum - The museum tells the story about the establishment of Cheyenne during the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, the operation of the Union Pacific Railroad and the history of the construction of the Union Pacific Depot. You can also experience the second floor of the Cheyenne Depot Museum which is a "touchable museum experience" that has received rave reviews from children of all ages.

Warren ICBM & Heritage Museum - The museum is located at F.E. Warren AFB. You will find exhibits in the first floor rooms, as well as the museum annex building 211, depicting the history of missiles and that of the 90th Space Wing. On the second floor of Bldg. 210 are rooms that create a look back into the life of the men and women stationed at the post/base.

Wyoming Territorial Prison - Built in 1872 the Wyoming Territorial Prison was restored and renovated in the 1990′s by the efforts of the citizens of Laramie. There were at least 12 women housed here and more than 1,000 men, the most famous of which was Butch Cassidy.

Wyoming Children's Museum & Nature Center - Come and see Youth Pottery Wheels, Pioneer Cabin, Native American Teepee, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Turkeys, Beaver, and a live Ferret! and so much more!

Terry Bison Ranch - Take the train tour to see camels, ostriches, and out to a bison herd. Bring the kids to the Kid Corral Adventure located behind the Trading Post. Go horseback riding. There is so much to do while at the Terry Bison Ranch.

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens - Centered in a 6,800 square-foot, three-sectioned greenhouse conservatory located in Lions Park. A beautiful and diverse collection of plants and a greenhouse conservatory make up this oasis. The gardens are maintained by senior, youth, and handicapped volunteers.

Bit-O-Wyo Ranch - One-of-a-kind western entertainment, fabulous trail rides, and a cowboy experience at the Bit-O-Wyo Ranch in the foothills of the Medicine Bow National Forest between Cheyenne and Laramie.