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Wyoming/Cody Local Information
Cody Chamber of Commerce
Cody, Wyoming, the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is a small western town with a big city attitude.
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
Cody is home to one of the country’s supreme cultural attractions. The Whitney Gallery of Western Art, The Cody Firearms Museum, The Plains Indian Museum, The Buffalo Bill Museum, and The Draper Museum of Natural History make up the five museum complex of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center.
Cody Trolley Tours
Cody Trolley Tours utilizes two live narrators, poster-sized historical photos, pass-around relics and entertaining audio clips to share the story of world-famous William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody while we spotlight historical sites, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new west attractions. A Cody Trolley tour is the best and fastest way to gain an overview of all that Cody, Wyoming has to offer. “Give us an hour and we’ll give you 100 years!”
Cody Nite Rodeo
And Cody is rodeo! Billing itself as “Rodeo Capital of the World,” Cody provides a unique opportunity to capture the excitement of a real rodeo in a dramatic western setting. The Cody Nite Rodeo is the only seven-night-a-week rodeo in the country. From June through August, the Nite Rodeo features professional and on-their-way-up cowboys and cowgirls competing under the lights against a picturesque backdrop of the Shoshone Canyon and Heart Mountain.
Buffalo Bill Dam Visitors Center
The Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center (BBDVC) is located 6 miles west of Cody on the way to Yellowstone National Park, at the Buffalo Bill Dam (just through the tunnels).
Old Trail Town
Old Trail Town is an eclectic collection of historic buildings representing and old Wyoming town created with frontier structures dating from 1879 to 1900. Old Trail Town is located where Buffalo Bill and his associates surveyed the town site for Cody in 1895. The Trail Town Cemetery is the final resting place of Jeremiah “Liver Eat’n Johnson and other colorful hard-living characters of the Old West.
Foundation of North American Wild Sheep
The International Headquarters and Visitors Center is located in Cody, Wyoming. The Wild Sheep Foundation (formerly the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep), for more than 30 years has been the leading voice for wild sheep conservation throughout the world. Visit the Wild Sheep Foundation’s educational exhibit.
Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Review
A Branson Style Music Variety Show. Join Dan Miller and the band for some music, fun and cowboy poetry.
Tecumseh’s Miniature Village & Museam
The Old West lives on at the Tecumseh’s Old West Miniature Village and Museum located with Tecumseh’s Trading Post. Thousands of miniature figures trace the history of Wyoming and Montana from the 1600s to the late 1890s at the indoor village located near the Cody Rodeo Grounds and Old Trail Town.
Yellowstone Regional Airport
Located just minutes from Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody is the year-round aviation gateway to America’s first National Park and Northwest Wyoming. Our full service Wyoming airport is served year round by a Delta Connection operated by SkyWest Airlines through Salt Lake City, Utah. Yellowstone Park’s nearest airport is also served by United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines and Mesa Airlines through Denver International Airport.