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Each of the communities along the Tracks Across Wyoming corridor has its own personality. You’ll visit cattle towns, mining towns, and railroad towns. You’ll find very small communities and pretty large cities (well, large by Wyoming standards!). And each has its own unique stories to tell.

Attractions Listed by County, East to West
Laramie   Albany   Carbon   Sweetwater   Uinta   Lincoln


Laramie
Pine Bluffs Information Center
Exit 401 off I-80
Pine Bluffs, Wyoming
(307) 245-3695
Cheyenne Area
Convention and Visitors Bureau
121 W. 15th St.
Cheyenne, Wyoming
(307) 778-3133
Wyoming Information Center
I-25 and College Drive
Cheyenne, Wyoming
(307) 777-2883
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Wyoming State Museum
2301 Central Ave.
Cheyenne, Wyoming
(307) 777-7022
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F.E. Warren Air Force Base Museum
Cheyenne, Wyoming
(307) 773-2980
Please call well in advance as access is very limited.
Wyoming State Capitol Building
Cheyenne, Wyoming
(307) 777-7220
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Virtual Tour
Wyoming State Capitol Building, listed on the National Register of historic places, is open to the public, during the legislative session some areas may be closed to the public.
Albany
Laramie Plains Museum
603 Ivinson
(Ivinson Mansion)
Laramie, WY
(307) 742-4448
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American Heritage Center
21111 Willett Dr.
Laramie, WY
(307) 766-4114 Visit Website
Boardwalk Saddle Museum
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Wyoming Territorial Prison
975 Snowy Range Road
Laramie, WY
(307) 745-6161
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Wyoming Territorial Prison, the original penitentiary, was built in 1872. Infamous outlaws such as Butch Cassidy were imprisoned within its walls. There are daily tours during the summer season.
Nici Self Museum
Centennial, WY
307-742-7763
Centennial is 30 miles west of Laramie at the edge of the Medicine Bow – Routt National Forest. Open during the summer season.
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Carbon
Saratoga Museum
104 Constitution Ave.
Saratoga, Wyoming
(307) 326-5511
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Wyoming Territorial Prison, the original penitentiary, was built in 1872. Infamous outlaws such as Butch Cassidy were imprisoned within its walls. There are daily tours during the summer season.
Saratoga Hot Springs
Saratoga, Wyoming
Saratoga is famous for its hot springs, the Hobo Pool is open to the public.
Hotel Wolf
Corner of First & Bridge Streets
Downtown Saratoga, Wyoming
Hotel Wolf is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites
Parco/Sinclair Museum

300 Lincoln St., Town Hall
Sinclair, Wyoming
(307) 324-3058
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Sinclair is best known for the Sinclair refinery, but, the town’s southwestern architecture is unique in Wyoming.
Carbon County Museum
904 West Walnut
Rawlins, Wyoming
(307) 324-3058
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Carbon County Museum celebrates Wyoming's first female Physician/Surgeon, Lillian Heath, as well as housing her extensive clothing collection from 1880-1940s. The museum is home to an original Wyoming State Flag as well as the story of the outlaw, Big Nose George Parrot. It is the only museum in Wyoming with an Edison Foundation collection.
Wyoming Frontier Prison
500 West Walnut
Rawlins, Wyoming
(307) 324-4422
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Wyoming Frontier Prison is open daily for tours during the summer, by appointment in the off-season. The Museum is housed in the Wyoming Frontier Prison which operated from 1901 to 1981. The "Old Pen" was the site chosen for filming of the 1987 movie "PRISON" and has been selected as the permanent location of the Wyoming Peace Officers Association Museum.
Sweetwater
Sweetwater County Historical Museum
Sweetwater County Historical Museum
3 E. Flaming Gorge Way
Green River, WY 82935
(307) 872-6435
Located in a restored 1931 post office on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum houses exhibits on the history and culture of Sweetwater County, a large historic photo collection and local history materials. A statue dedicated to explorer and scientist John Wesley Powell is located in front of the building. Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Closed Holidays, Free admission.
Expedition Island
Green River Green Belt and White Water Park
Contact: Green River Chamber of Commerce
(307) 875-5711
Green River, WY 82935
Historic site marking the beginning of the Powell expeditions in 1869 and '71, walking paths with interpretive signs and kayak and canoe attractions.
Rock Springs Historical Museum
201 B Street
Rock Springs, WY 82901
(307) 362-3138
Long term and temporary exhibits on the history and culture of Rock Springs. Free admission.
Community Fine Arts Center
400 C Street
Rock Springs, WY 82901
(307) 362-6212
A collection of 20th century American art including Norman Rockwell, Grandma Moses, Raphael Soyer and Rafino Tamayo as well as local artists. Free admission.
Western Wyoming Community College
Art Gallery
2500 College Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
(307) 382-1600
Regional and national artists representing a great variety of mediums as well as semi-annual student exhibitions. Free admission.
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Uinta
 Chinese Joss House
Historic Depot Square
Evanston, Wyoming
The museum showcases an array of Chinese artifacts.
International Pedigree Stage Stop
Sled Dog Race
Historic Depot Square
Unita County, Wyoming
Uinta County is a sponsor and stop for a portion of the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race, which takes place annually.
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Lincoln
Oyster Ridge Music Festive, Kemmerer

Oyster Ridge Music Festive
The last weekend in July features the Oyster Ridge Music Festival in Kemmerer. This free event showcases country and bluegrass music along with great food and beverages—including Fat Tire products.
J.C. Penney Home and Mother Store-In
Restored Home of JC PenneyOn the Triangle
Kemmerer, WY 
877-4501
J.C. Penney Home and Mother Store-In 1902, James Cash Penney opened the “Golden Rule” store in Kemmerer, WY which became the well-known J.C. Penney chain. Visit the Mother Store and his restored home
Diamondville Miners’ Park & Memorial
US Hwy. 30/189
Kemmerer, WY  83101 
Located on US Hwy. 30/189 the park is an ideal picnic spot and displays document the underground coal mines and the miners who lost their lives working in them.
Pine Creek Ski Resort
Box 592
Kemmerer, WY  83101 
307-279-3201
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Ski area is located 7 miles east of Cokeville, Wyoming. Ski area has 1500’ vertical, 30 runs, and a quad lift. Lodge is available for social functions throughout the year.
Fossil Country Frontier Museum
A bootlegging still that escaped the revenue agents.400 Pine Avenue
Kemmerer, WY
(307)877-6551 Museum covers coal mining and the lifestyle of early settlers as well as the more colorful bootlegging history.
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Area Information
 
LARAMIEALBANY
CARBON
SWEETWATER
UINTALINCOLN
 
Chinese Joss House- Evanston, WY