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Description: The Laramie Union Pacific Depot officially opened at 7:00pm, September 6th, 1924. This station was built and served as Laramie

Medicine Bow National Forest

Phone: (307) 745-2300

Activity Phone: (307) 745-2300

Address: 2468 Jackson Street Laramie, WY 82070

Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. during winter)


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Description: The Medicine Bow and Routt National Forests provide year-round recreation opportunities for you. These activities include hiking, biking, camping, horseriding, OHV riding, fishing and hunting, just to name a few. Beautiful vistas await sightseers and photographers. The topography varies greatly within the national forests. Elevation ranges from 5,500 to 12,940 feet. Happy Jack, Vedauwoo, and the Snowy Range.

Nici Self Museum

Phone: 307-745-3108

Activity Phone: (307) 745-3108

Address: 2734 Hwy 130 P.O. Box 201 Centennial WY 82055

Hours: Memorial Day to Labor Day, Thursday through Monday, noon to 4 PM. In September, we’re open Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4 PM.


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Description: The museum is partially housed in a 1907 Hahn's Peak and Pacific Railroad depot. Its exhibits depict the general history of the Centennial Valley. Topics include mining, lumbering, ranching, and railroading. A 1944 Union Pacific caboose and many large pieces of ranching, farming, and mining equipment are on site. We’re open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Thursday through Monday, noon to 4 PM. In September, we’re open Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4 PM. Admission is always free, but donations are gratefully accepted. If you’d like to…

Description: A Romance and a Railroad The love story of General Jack Casement and his wife Francis. Where to Stay Plan Your Trip Legends of Laramie Tour PDF Nearby Legends Wyoming Women Wyoming women. First to vote, hold public office and serve on juries. Location: 317 S. 2nd Avenue Rodeo’s Roots Riding. Roping. Racing. Modern day rodeo lives on each July in Laramie. Location: 2934 US HWY 287 The Ames Monument Uncover the ghost town of Sherman. What you see and what you don’t. Location: 209 Monument Road. 18…

Snowy Range Scenic Byway

Phone: 307-745-4195

Activity Phone: 307-745-4195

Address: 158 Wyoming 130, Centennial, WY 82055

Hours: Memorial Day - November & Snowmobile Access November - May


Description: History The Snowy Range Scenic Byway (Wyoming Highway 130) is located in southeast Wyoming and was originally a wagon road built in the 1870s. In the 1920s was widened and smoothed using horse-drawn equipment. The road was paved in the 1930s and designated as the nation’s second Scenic Byway in 1988. After six years of working on the road, it was completed and known as the “Great Skyroad.” The Scenic Byway over the Snowy Range is one of the shortest of Wyoming’s scenic byways, both in length and…

Summit Information Center

Phone: 307-721-9254

Activity Phone: 307-745-4195

Address: 137-143 Happy Jack Rd, Laramie, WY 82070

Hours: Open mid-May - mid-Oct.


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Description: Summit Information Center is where the imposing Lincoln Monument was sculpted by University of Wyoming art professor Robert Russin in 1959 to commemorate the highest point on the Lincoln Highway. Look for the Henry Joy monument surrounded by a fence with four Lincoln Highway markers. There are interesting displays inside the building and great views outside. Pick up your cool Laramie, Wyoming sticker now!

The Office Co-Work Space

Phone: (307)745-8000

Activity Phone: (307) 745-8000

Address: 710 Garfield Street, Laramie, WY 82070



Description: Located in the heart of Laramie, The Office Co-Work Space in the historic Laramie Plains Civic Center offers a new way to work. With a selection of vintage Steelcase desks, couches, and conference table you get to choose how you work. 24/7 access to our secure space means you get to choose when you work. Free teas and local coffee keep you going. We offer day, week, and monthly rates.

University of Wyoming Anthropology Museum

Phone: 307-766-5136

Activity Phone: 307-766-5136

Address: 1236 E Lewis St Laramie, Wyoming

Hours: M-F 9:00-4:30



Description: The museum will open at the beginning of September. The museum has a wide range of exhibits. See displays on Native American materials from the Plains, Rocky Mountains, Southwest and Arctic, as well as displays on the material culture and artistry from throughout the world, including Africa, Polynesia, Australia, and Asia.

Description: The Department of Anthropology at the University of Wyoming has been an archaeological repository for over 50 years. Today the University of Wyoming Archaeological Repository (UWAR) is estimated to contain more than a million items from at least 25,000 sites found throughout the state, which represents the single largest assembly of archaeological materials anywhere in Wyoming. The University is a federally designated repository for archaeological collections recovered from Wyoming's public lands, which cover approximately half of the 97,014 square miles in the state. UWAR also houses extensive collections…

Description: 20 Miles east of Laramie, along I-80 are the towering rocks of Vedauwoo, an Arapaho word meaning "Earth Born". It provides backdrops for picnics, sight-seeing, hiking, mountain biking, camping, rock climbing, fishing, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing. This is a fee area. Vedauwoo is best know for its varied rock climbing options. There are still many trails that offer amazing views and fresh air. Vedauwoo Glen Trail, Turtle Rock Trail and others range from under a mile to almost to three miles.