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About Cheyenne

Think of cowboys and the Wild West, where the singer Neil Diamond lived as a child and you have Cheyenne, the capital of the state of Wyoming in Laramie County. It was where there were 17 saloons in one street with a booming "red light" brothel district that railroad men would hang out at, let alone the macho cowboys. Located on Crow and Dry Creeks, the town was built around the railroad, cattle ranching and mining. Cheyenne is where Wild Bill Hickok married Agnes Thatcher. Wild Bill was killed five months later during a poker game and his last cards were 2 pair - aces and eights - which became known as a "dead man's hand".

The best time to experience the old west history is during the annual festival in July, "Cheyenne Frontier Days" when the professional rodeo is the star attraction. You can have a chuckle at the "Chuckwagon Cookoff", listen to some great country music or meander around the "Indian Village" for a bit of story telling, from their point of view.

Do make sure you take a walk through the historic district where you will find lavish homes, grand hotels and stately buildings that all symbolize the town's thriving economy during the early decades. Take a tour of the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum that is overflowing with memorabilia of its rich history, including horse-drawn stagecoaches, a milk wagon and even a chuck wagon. There is the Wyoming State Museum that covers everything from dinosaur fossils to pioneer-era trails. The Cheyenne Depot Museum and Plaza gives you an insight into the railroad history, whilst the Wyoming State Capitol building can be toured if you wish to gawk at a grand stone building with a rotunda and a beautiful stained glass dome.
When the cowboy and frontier days have been done over, then head to the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens for some time out amidst a stunning array of different gardens, a conservator, historic locomotive, fountains and sculptures.

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