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The Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site has an incredibly rich history. Run as a federal (territorial) and state prison from 1872 to 1903, it then became the Agricultural Experiment Station for the University of Wyoming after the State...more
All reviews butch cassidy broom factory self guided tour old west interesting history couple of hours own pace interesting place stayed here horse barn two hours western history great museum gift shop entry fee great stop on display
We certainly enjoyed our visit and learned a great deal about western history and outlaws, law enforcement and criminal justice. Well defined exhibits, great pictures, so much to see and do. Well worth the time! The Butch Cassidy exhibit is very good, too!
Very cool historic site that even teenagers will want to stop at. Great history and great info about butch cassidy. If your in the area or passing through I would recommend stopping and spending some time.
Learned a lot about the beginning of taming the west through law enforcement. It was crazy to read how some of them ended up in prison. Theres plenty to read and see here. You can do a self guided tour or wait for a group...More
Don't miss this , we did a self guided tour but were able to ask questions of staff as we walked around . Very well maintained and signed . We ended up being there for over 2 hours. Nice little gift shop too.
I'll admit that I first visited here after seeing a billboard on I-80 with Butch Cassidy's mugshot. As a fan of the 1969 film starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford, I figured this would be a fun excursion. There's a great display about Butch and...More
The dates are $5 for adults. $2.50 kids 12-17 and 11 and under are free.
Hours are: Mon-Sat 8am to 5pm (Last ticket sold at 4pm). But starting May 1 hours are 8am to 7pm (Last ticket sold at 6pm) seven days a week.