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Laramie, is an eclectic town comprised of an exciting combination of college-town vibrancy, Western history and lore, and epic outdoor adventure. There are so many activities and things to do in Laramie. The hardest part is going to be finding the time. Whether you’re stopping by for a University of Wyoming football game, spending the day shopping downtown, visiting one of the many renowned museums, or simply coming in for a taste of local culture and recreation, Laramie promises a plethora of activities and sights and will be a memorable getaway for all ages. In 2011, Laramie was named as one of the best cities in which to retire by Money Magazine.Show Map of this List
Phone: (307) 459-4433EmailDirections
Description: The Green Ride (GR) Shared ride Airport Shuttle service provides a low cost environmentally friendly transportation service between Denver Internation Airport, Fort Collins and Southern Wyoming. In a GR Shared Ride you share the vehicle with other travelers while also sharing the overall cost of the service. GR Shared ride helps the environment by eliminating the need for travelers to drive to DIA or get a a ride with a friend or family member. GR Shared Ride is locally owned and operated and puts money back into the…
Phone: (307) 742-4164
Address: 555 GENERAL BREES ROAD, LARAMIE, WY
Hours: Monday through Friday 5:00am–7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 5:00am – 5:00pmEmailDirections
Description: We’re partnering with SkyWest Airlines, flying as United Express, to bring you 40 years of proven reliability and service. This partnership allows us to provide you with punctual flights at a competitive rate. Because we care about getting you where you need to be, on time and without hassle. Laramie to anywhere just got a whole lot easier.
Activity Phone: (307) 745-8000EmailDirections
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.
Phone: 307-766-RIDE (307-766-7433)
Address: 3rd Street & Garfield, Laramie, WY
Hours: Academic Year: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 9:00 pm - 2:00 am, Summer: Friday and Saturday nights from 9:00 pm - 2:00 amDirections
Description: SafeRide is an on-call public transportation service that operates late nights on the weekends to offer nonjudgmental “safe” rides home. Rides are offered to UW students, faculty, staff, and Laramie community members and visitors. SafeRide’s service areas include the Laramie city limits. However, SafeRide will not pick-up/drop-off at specific locations within downtown Laramie. Riders wishing to be picked-up/dropped-off downtown will need to utilize the SafeRide office located at 3rd Street & Garfield. There is no on-board fare for utilizing SafeRide.
Description: The University of Wyoming Insect Museum is the only research collection of insects in the state of Wyoming. Present holdings are estimated at more than a quarter of a million specimens. It is an important regional resource, as well as a collection of national and international significance. Holdings are particularly strong in the major orders Hymenoptera (53%), Diptera (12%), Lepidoptera (10%), and Coleoptera (9%). Several unique voucher collections are housed at University of Wyoming including the Pawnee National Grasslands Collection, Johnston and Wyodak Power Plant Collections, Hanna Strip-Mine…
Activity Phone: (307) 745-5196
Address: PO Box 1030 Laramie WY 82073EmailDirections
Description: PRAIRIE DOG HUNTS and FISHING We have access to private ranches full of these little critters. This type of varmint hunting is great for those who love to shoot all day long. Expect to use up between 150 and 300 rounds per day. We run prairie dog hunts May through July. Non refundable deposit to include $110 per day per person. Daily varmint hunts include 6 hours of varmint hunting time. Any shooting time over 6 hours is charged at a rate of $20 per hour per person.
Activity Phone: 307-742-4448
Address: 603 E Ivinson Ave, Laramie, WY 82070
Hours: Tues - Sat 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Closed January & FebruaryEmailDirections
Description: Set on the property of the magnificent Ivinson Mansion, the Laramie Plains Museum is one of the region’s finest historic house museums. Thousands of visitors from around the country and the world view its collections each year. Located between 6th and 7th Streets on Ivinson Street, it is a must-see when visiting Laramie, Wyoming, 45 miles west of Cheyenne on Interstate 80. The Ivinson Mansion was saved from demolition in 1972, and has been fully restored to its original opulence because of the Laramie community. It is the…
Phone: (307) 721-9876
Address: 517 S 3RD ST LARAMIE, WY 82070
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30am–5:30pm, Saturday 9:00am – 12:00pmDirections
Description: Founded in 1957, Enterprise Rent-A-Car is an internationally recognized brand with more than 6,500 neighborhood and airport locations in the United States, Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Germany, France and Spain, as well as franchise locations throughout the world. Through tremendous leadership and the entrepreneurial spirit of our employees, we have built the largest car rental brand in North America, known for exceptionally low rates and outstanding customer service. Today, Enterprise offers a wide variety of car leasing, replacement rentals, vanpooling, car sharing and hourly rental programs – and…
Activity Phone: 307-399-9464EmailDirections
Description: High Plains Fly Fishing, professional fly fishing guide service offers custom tailored fly fishing trips in Southeast Wyoming. We offer 20 years of fishing experience, knowledge and a history of Wyomings prolific watersheds. Our guides specialize in catering to both the expert and novice fishermen. Book a guided fly fishing trip with High Plains Fly Fishing and see what Wyoming fishing is all about!
Phone: (307) 721-2005
Activity Phone: (307) 721-2005
Address: 3206 E Grand Ave, Laramie, WY 82070
Hours: Mon - Sat: 11:00 am - 2:00 am; Sun: 11:00 am - 12:00 amDirections
Description: Mingles Adult Daycare & Lounge of Laramie WY Come in for fun and frolic and not necessarily in that order. Its a great place to come have a drink among friends. With a friendly atmosphere, plenty of pool tables and a fun and frolic ambiance. Pool Tables, Dartboards, amazing drink specials and so much more!
Activity Phone: 307-745-4195
Hours: Open mid-May - mid-Oct.EmailDirections
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!
Activity Phone: 307-721-3939
Address: 207 S. 2nd Street Laramie WY 82070Directions
Description: Come in and stay awhile! We have three floors of a little bit of everything with an emphasis on our Western heritage. Ranching, rodeo, cowboy, cowgirl, farming, railroading, mining, homemaking, Indian, pioneer, trapper, cavalry, soldier
Description: A Trapper Who Left, Never to Return Almost 200 years ago, a respected trapper disappeared without a trace. His mysterious disappearance has generated a dozen theories, but no answers. Decide what is fact, and what is folklore. French Canadian fur trader and mountain man Jacques La Ramee arrived in what is now the state of Wyoming in 1815. Five years later he arrived for a season of trapping along the river that now bears his name; he was never seen or heard from again. Details surrounding his…
Phone: (307) 460-3358
Address: 111 E Ivinson Ave, Laramie, WY 82070
Hours: Open: 11am - 9pmDirections
Description: Specializing in Homemade Ice Cream Gelato • Shakes • Malts • Sundaes Sorbetts & More!
Description: Fort Sanders was a wooden fort constructed in 1866 on the Laramie Plains in southern Wyoming, near the city of Laramie. Originally named Fort John Buford, it was renamed Fort Sanders after General William P. Sanders who died at the Siege of Knoxville during the American Civil War. This was the second fort to be named after Sanders, the first being in Knoxville, Tennessee. The fort was originally intended to protect travelers on the nearby Overland Trail from Indian attacks
Activity Phone: 3077602599
Address: 866 N HWY 287 Laramie, Wyoming
Hours: M-F 8 am-6pm Sat & Sun 9am-1pmEmailDirections
Description: The historic Oxford Horse Ranch was established in 1887 and is now a working cattle ranch, bed and breakfast, and venue. Come enjoy the ranch life style viewing cattle, horses, and the 150 foot log barn This national registered historic landmark boasts a wonderful piece of Wyoming history. Bring your horse and come experience the western way of life.
Activity Phone: 307-460-0479
Address: 27 2nd St., Centennial, WY 82055EmailDirections
Description: Centennial Community Yoga Wednesdays and Fridays at the Centennial Branch Library from 9:30am to 10:30am. Class is beginner yoga for all levels. There is no cost, although donations are accepted.
Phone: (307) 745-3682
Activity Phone: (307) 745-3682
Address: 305 S. 2nd Street Laramie, WY 82070
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 10AM-at least 6PM; Fri 10 AM-at least 4 PM or by appointment; occasional meetings may cause variationsEmailDirections
Description: Look for us in the back of the Spectacle Emporium, 3 stores south of Grand Avenue on S. 2nd Street. We are a very historic building dating at least back to 1890, with free re-enactments available for visitors by a member of a pioneer Laramie family. We are part old West museum, with a Victorian / Old West Shopkeeper. Old Town Laramie photos of pioneers. Stunning views of the Laramie area’s scenic wonders. See rootin’ – tootin’ Old Town Laramie stories in the notes section of our Facebook…
Phone: Wyoming Cultural Records Office 307-766-5323
Address: 210 Monument Rd, Buford, WY 82052Directions
Description: Completed in 1882 at a cost of $65,000 this monolithic 60-foot high granite pyramid was built by the Union Pacific Railroad Company. It stands on the highest elevation (8,247 feet) of the original transcontinental route. Until 1901, when the railroad was relocated several miles to the south, it passed close by the north side of the monument where once stood the rail town of Sherman. Exit 329 off I-80 near Laramie