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Learn about the history of Cheyenne and the Old West at this engaging museum which exhibits antique horse-drawn carriages, wagons and early automobiles, among other artifacts and memorabilia related to the region.
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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4610 Carey Ave, Frontier Park, Cheyenne, WY 82001-7500
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We actually attended a function held in the wagon section of the museum. The wagons were so interesting that we spend more time looking at them than at the function itself. Apart from the usual, of which there are many examples, one can see an...More
If you are headed to Cheyenne Frontier Days you must stop at The Old West Museum located on the Northeast side of the park.
There is amazing history and artist that tell the true story and history of Wyoming, the rodeo, and the people who...More
Delightful little museum, would recommend visiting. Lots of videos to watch, good exhibits, near display of old vehicles, and wagons and buggies. We were surprised to find lots of Studebaker buggies from northern Indiana. We came from the Midwest, those buggies traveled a long ways...More
A small museum with high quality displays. The highlight is the variety of carriages restored to perfection on display. These carriages are often restored and maintained by community volunteers who have become experts in this field. For the current day, there are frequent works of...More
My family and I just spent an interesting hour or so at this museum. It is really well done and quite interesting. I am not an "old West" enthusiast, but I found all of the displays, art and artifacts incredibly interesting. My father, husband, three...More
My wife and I had a lovely stay in Cheyenne. Instead of merely attending a meeting at the museum and returning to Loveland that evening, we toured this museum, attended the meeting, went to a Thai restaurant and stayed overnight at a nearby hotel. We...More
to the Black Hill some wonderful memories of some old Musicals "Calamity Jane" and "Oklahoma" when you see the lovely collection of carriages, don’t be put off buy the Rodeo side of things we visited after they had finished for the season, so each to...More
We were not in Cheyenne for the actual Frontier Days but having the opportunity to look at the museum's film of past rodeos was very informative. Some aspects of rodeos seem a bit violent but I understand that the cowboys thrive on participating. Best of...More
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Yes, it is. But, it is over for the year. If you google it, you can find out the dates for next year. It's always at the end of July. We took our daughter's chair cause there is alot of walking, & it really came in... More
Yes, it is. But, it is over for the year. If you google it, you can find out the dates for next year. It's always at the end of July. We took our daughter's chair cause there is alot of walking, & it really came in handy. We spent the Sat. watching the Rodeo & they were nice & gave us seats in the shade so Julie wouldn't be sitting in the sun.