Cities: Cody, Dubois, Jackson, Moran, Yellowstone Area


  • Cody Mural Visitor Center

Address: 1719 Wyoming Avenue Cody, Wyoming  82414 USA

Phone: 307-587-3290

Website: http://codymural.com/

Information: The Historic Cody Mural and Museum offers a powerful glimpse into the western expansion of Mormon pioneers in the late 1800s. 

  • Cody Gunfighters

Address: 1192 Sheridan Ave, Front porch of the Irma Hotel, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 866-733-5681

Website: https://www.codywyomingnet.com/events/cody_gunfighters_show.php

Information: In 1996 the committee of the annual Buffalo Bill Ball asked Jay Thorington to create a skit as entertainment for the guests attending the ball. This act is the result.

  • Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Address: 720 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-4771

Website: https://centerofthewest.org/

Information: This museum, along with the Plains Indian Museum, gives visitors the opportunity to learn about Native American life. 

  • Old West Miniature Village and Museum

Address: 142 W. Yellowstone Ave., Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-5362

Website: https://www.codywyomingnet.com/history_museums/miniature_village.php

Information: Thousands of miniature figures show various stages in the history of the Wyoming Territory from the 1600's to the late 1800's. 

  • Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede Rodeo

Address: 1031 12th St, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-5155

Website: https://www.codystampederodeo.com/

Information: The Cody Stampede Rodeo has been held every summer for 90 years.

  • Cody Dug Up Gun Museum

Address: 1020 12th Street, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-3344

Website:  http://www.codydugupgunmuseum.com/

Information: Stroll through history while viewing hundreds of relic guns & other weapons. 

  • Old Trail Town

Address: 1831 Demaris Drive, Cody, WY

Phone: 307-587-5302

Website: http://oldtrailtown.org/

Information: Old Trail Town preserves the lifestyle and history of the Frontier West through a rare collection of authentic structures and furnishings. 


  • The Cody Cattle Company

Address: 1910 Demaris Street, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-272-5770

Website: http://www.thecodycattlecompany.com/

Information: Great place for a meal and a show.

  • Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Revue

Address: 1131 12th St, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-272-7855

Website: https://cowboymusicrevue.com/

Information: Now in their 8th season, Dan's Cowboy Music Revue has entertained thousands of people from all over the world and is a regular stop for many of the tour groups that vacation in Cody.

  • Draper Museum of Natural History

Address: 720 Sheridan Avenue, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-4771

Website: https://centerofthewest.org/explore/greater-yellowstone-natural-history/

Information: Part of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, this museum features highly interactive exhibits that highlight geology, wildlife and human presence. 


  • Buffalo Bill State Park

Address: 4192 N Fork Hwy, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-9227

Website: https://wyoparks.wyo.gov/index.php/places-to-go/buffalo-bill

Information: There are two developed campgrounds at Buffalo Bill State Park. 




  • Dubois Museum A Living History Museum

Address: 909 W Rams Horn St, Dubois, WY 82513

Phone: 307-455-2284

Website: https://fremontcountymuseums.com/dubois/

Information: The Dubois Museum is a living history museum that preserves and interprets the history of the Upper Wind River Valley. 

  • National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center

Address: 10 Bighorn Lane, Dubois, WY 82513

Phone: 888-209-2795

Website: http://www.bighorn.org/

Information: Our Interpretive Center features dioramas with full-scale taxidermy mounts that recreate the bighorns habitat, interactive exhibits about wildlife management and special adaptations of wild sheep along with wildlife films the whole family will enjoy.  

  • US Forestry Department

Address: 1403 W Ramshorn, Dubois, WY 82513

Phone: 307-455-2466

Website: https://www.fs.fed.us/fs-tags/wyoming

Information: With over 800,000 acres of pristine wilderness, Dubois offers visitors a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities, as well as events within the town to enjoy. 

  • Headwaters Arts and Conference Center

Address: 20 Stalnaker St Dubois, WY 82513

Phone: 307-455-2687

Website: www.headwaterscenter.org

Information: In addition to offering spacious facilities for meetings, conferences or banquets, the Headwaters also has artwork on display from local talent, past and present. 

Address: 202 N. First St. Dubois, WY 82513.  

Phone: 307-455-2992.

Website: http://www.fclsonline.org/dubois-library/

Information: Browse among a selection of books, magazines, audio books & movies.  Also available is wireless internet access, copy & fax services and meeting room space. 




  • Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Address: 260 W Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: 307-733-3316

Website: http://www.jacksonholechamber.com

Information: If you need assistance in planning your vacation, please contact the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce. 

  • Jackson Hole/Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center

Address: 532 North Cache, Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: 307-733-3316

Website: https://www.fws.gov/nwrs/threecolumn.aspx?id=2147509813

Information: The Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center is nestled in the heart of the Yellowstone Ecosystem.

  • Grand Teton National Park 

Address: 103 Headquarters Loop, Moose, WY 83012

Phone: 307-739-3399

Website: http://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm

Information: Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.

  • National Elk Refuge

Address: 675 E Broadway Ave, Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: 307-733-9212

Website: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/national_elk_refuge/

Information: Just northeast of the town of Jackson, the National Elk Refuge is home to the largest wild elk herd in the world. 

  • Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum

Address: 225 N Cache Jackson, WY. 83001

Phone: 307-733-2414

Website: http://www.jacksonholehistory.org/

Information: Museum exhibits explore the history, archaeology and cultural traditions of Jackson Hole, GTNP and the Greater Yellowstone region. 


  • National Museum of Wildlife Art

Address: 2820 Rungius Rd Jackson, WY. 83001

Phone:  307-733-5771

Website: http://www.wildlifeart.org/

Information: The Museum’s award-winning architecture is known for its amazing synergy with the Jackson Hole landscape. 


  • Mormon Row

Address: 13040 Antelope Flats Rd, Moose, WY 83012

Phone: 307-739-3399

Website: https://www.nps.gov/grte/learn/historyculture/mormon.htm

Information: Take a trip into Jackson Hole’s past at Mormon Row, a historic homesteading site in Grand Teton National Park where original cabins, barns and other structures still stand watch at the base of the Tetons. 


  • Center for the Arts

Address: 265 S Cache St #8690, Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: 307-734-8956

Website: http://www.jhcenterforthearts.org/

Information: The Center for the Arts promotes artistic creativity, education and presentation for a collaborative, inclusive and vibrant cultural community.

  • Off Square Theatre Company

Address: 240 S Glenwood Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: 307-733-3021

Website: http://www.offsquare.org/

Information: Community performing-arts center with 2 stages, plus youth & adult education programs.

  • Jackson Hole Playhouse. 

Address: 145 W Deloney Ave, Jackson, WY 83001.

Phone: 307-733-6994

Website: https://www.jacksonplayhouse.com/

Information: Jackson's original live theatre brings the best of the Old West to the stage. Enjoy sarsaparilla and popcorn in its unique lobby and laugh your way through the Christmas musical over dinner!


  • Mill Iron Ranch

Address: 3495 Horse Creek Rd, Jackson, WY 83001

Phone: 307-733-6390

Website: http://www.millironranch.net/

Information: A Traditional Cowboy Dinner and Sleigh Ride. 





  • Jenny Lake

Address: Jenny Lake Rd., Moran, WY

Phone: 307-739-3399

Website: https://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/jenny.htm

Information: Located in the Grand Teton National Park, this lake sits at the base of the Teton Range and is best known for its brilliantly clear water. 



  • Yellowstone National Park.

Address: PO Box 168 Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190

Phone: 307-344-7381

Website: http://www.nps.gov/yell/index.htm

Information: Yellowstone, widely held to be the first national park in the world, is known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, especially Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. 


  • Grand Teton National Park

Address: P.O. Box 170 Moose, WY 83012

Phone: 307-739-3399

Website: http://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm

Information: Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place. 


  • Visitor Centers at Yellowstone 

Address: PO Box 168 Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190

Phone: 307-739-3300

Website: http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/visitorcenters.htm

Information: Exhibits cover a wide range of natural and cultural history subjects. Visitor centers and information stations are open daily during their seasons. 


  • Museum of the Old West at Old Trail Town

Address: 1831 Demaris Drive, PO Box 546, Cody, Wyoming, 82414

Phone: 307-587-5302

Website: http://oldtrailtown.org/

Information: Historic buildings, all furnished with artifacts and antiques from the early fur trade era to the end of the nineteenth century, combine with an extensive display of Native American artifacts to tell the unique story of the men and women who settled this great West.


  • Heart Mountain Interpretive Center

Address: 1539 Road 19 Powell, WY 82435

Phone: 307-754-8000

Website: http://www.heartmountain.org/

Information: Through photographs, artifacts, oral histories, the interactive exhibits, guests to the Center experience life at Heart Mountain through the eyes of those Japanese and Japanese Americans that were confined here during WWII. 


  • National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center

Address: 10 Bighorn Lane, Dubois, WY 82513.

Phone: 888-209-2795.

Website: http://www.bighorn.org/

Information: Our Interpretive Center features dioramas with full-scale taxidermy mounts that recreate the bighorns habitat, interactive exhibits about wildlife management and special adaptations of wild sheep, and wildlife films everyone can enjoy.  

  • Shoshone National Forest

Address: 808 Meadow Lane Avenue Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-527-6241

Website: http://www.fs.usda.gov/shoshone

Information: The Shoshone National Forest was set aside in 1891 as part of the Yellowstone Timberland Reserve, making the Shoshone the first national forest in the United States. 

  • Old Faithful

Website: http://yellowstone.net/intro/old-faithful/

Information: The name says it all. Old Faithful is the most popular attraction in Yellowstone National Park, and everyone who visits for the first time should watch this most famous of geysers erupt. 

  • Lower Falls and Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Website: http://yellowstone.net/intro/grand-canyon/

Information: Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon may not be as big as the Grand Canyon in Arizona, but it is nonetheless breathtaking. 


  • Mammoth Hot Springs

Website: http://yellowstone.net/intro/mammoth-hot-springs/

Information: This is Park headquarters and it radiates history, featuring some of the oldest buildings in the Park, including structures from the days when the U.S. Army was managing Yellowstone.

  • Lower Yellowstone River Falls

Website: http://www.world-of-waterfalls.com/yellowstone-lower-falls.html

Information: Lower Falls is by far the most popular waterfall in Yellowstone National Park. What makes this waterfall so memorable is the setting. 


  • Yellowstone Lake

Address: Grand Loop Road, Between Fishing Bridge and Grant Village, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190

Phone: 307-344-7381

Website: https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/nature/yellowstone-lake.htm

Information: Yellowstone Lake is the largest body of water in Yellowstone National Park and the largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet in North America.  

  • Lamar Valley

Address: Northeast Entrance Road (Route 212), Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190

Phone: 307-344-7381

Website: https://www.visitmt.com/listings/general/national-recreation-area/lamar-valley.html

Information: Lamar Valley is home to herds of elk, bison, and several packs of wolves, making it Yellowstone National Park's prime location to view wildlife. 


  • Grand Prismatic Spring

Address: Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, WY

Phone: 307-344-7381

Website: https://www.yellowstonepark.com/things-to-do/grand-prismatic-midway-geyser-basin

Information: Midway Geyser Basin contains a small collection of mammoth-sized springs.


  • Yellowstone Wilderness Outfitters

Address: P.O. Box 745 Yellowstone National Park WY 82190

Phone: 406-223-3300

Website: http://www.yellowstone.ws/

Information: Take a vacation horseback riding in Yellowstone National Park with licensed Yellowstone outfitter Jett Hitt and his Yellowstone guides.


  • Yellowstone Institute

Address: PO Box 117, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190

Phone: 406-848-2400

Website: https://www.yellowstone.org/experience/yellowstone-forever-institute/

Information: Yellowstone is a remarkable place, a land filled with wonder and rich with unforgettable experiences. This institute covers all the details of Yellowstone.

  • Museum of the National Park Ranger

Address: Norris Campground, Yellowstone National Park, WY

Phone: 307-344-7353.

Website: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/museum-of-the-national-park-ranger.htm

Information: The Museum provides an opportunity for Park visitors to learn about the rich history of rangers in the National Park Service.  

Yellowstone Geyser

Yellowstone Bison

Saddlestring, WY

Rodeo Night in Cody, WY

Lake Yellowstone

Old Faithful 

Grand Teton National Park

Whitewater Rafting in Yellowstone