Things to Do
Select a theme to Find Your Next Adventure
Laramie, is an eclectic town comprised of an exciting combination of college-town vibrancy, Western history and lore, and epic outdoor adventure. 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, Laramie promises a memorable getaway for the whole family. 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) 460-9303
Activity Phone: (307)460-9303
Hours: Thursday - Sunday/Anytime by ReservationEmailDirections
Description: Laser Tag Family Fun Center – includes Midnight Moonlight Laser Tag, High Noon Escape Room, Mine of Lost Skulls Escape Mine, BEAM Virtual Playground, arcade games, televisions, and private party room.
Address: 412 Grand Ave, Laramie, WY 82070Directions
Description: For mountain and road adventures, we carry bikes and accessories for entry level and advanced level cyclist. We are proud to carry top of the line climbing gear, snowboards, car racks, camping gear, and skateboards. Be sure to check out our manufacturer websites on the links provided. Stop by and experience high quality products and service.
Phone: (307) 721-4031
Activity Phone: (307) 721-4031
Address: 320 S. 2nd Street, Laramie, Wyoming
Hours: Monday - Saturday 11:00am - 10:00pmEmailDirections
Description: In 1999, Greg Smith and Karen Robillard opened Altitude to combine sophisticated food and drink choices with a casual Rocky Mountain atmosphere. Over the past decade, Altitude has enjoyed recognition for its original brews, cuisine, atmosphere and service. Altitude has received over 25 Awards at Regional Brew Fests, recognition in Wyoming Homes and Living Magazine, recommendation by Better Homes & Gardens, recognition in Via Magazine and a Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Wyoming and Northern Colorado.
Address: 2111 Willet Drive Laramie WY 82071Directions
Description: The American Heritage Center (AHC) is the University of Wyoming’s (UW) repository of manuscripts collections, rare books, and the university archives. Many universities have primary source repositories. Few have repositories as extensive and significant as the AHC. More importantly, few universities have such repositories as welcoming and accessible to undergraduate and graduate students. Internationally known for its historical collections the AHC first and foremost serves the students and citizens of Wyoming. The AHC sponsors a wide range of scholarly and popular programs including lectures, symposia, and exhibits. Not…
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
Description: Bring home a bit of Wyoming
Address: 211 S. 2nd Street Laramie WY 82070Directions
Description: Our specialty is Early American Oak furniture, offering our customers a selection of unique antiques that just can’t be found anywhere! However we do carry other antiques made of mahogany, walnut, pine, and more. We offer high quality antiques at very reasonable prices. We ship antiques anywhere in the United States at reasonable rates.
Address: 312 Grand Avenue Laramie WY 82070Directions
Description: A wide variety of antiques and collectibles, including artwork, furniture, and glassware.
Activity Phone: 307-460-9304
Address: 302 South 2nd St, Laramie, WY 82070
Hours: 10:00 am to 6:00 pmEmailDirections
Description: ArtConnect Gallery is located in Downtown Laramie, WY. Our Artist’s Exhibitions change monthly, so there is always a new exhibition to enjoy.
Address: 215 S 2nd Laramie Wyoming
Hours: 10:30am-5:00pm Tues/Thur/Fri; Noon-5:00pm Sat; Closed sun & monEmailDirections
Description: 28 year old gallery features over 59 fine artists and crafters only from Wyoming, including Mark McNierney, Jeffrey Hummel, Paul Tweedy, Jenaie Schlump, and Tim Collins. All artist mediums are represented and are original works. Potters include John Werbelow and Sarah Gillingham. Crafts include stained glass, afghans and tapestry works, batiks, gourd works, woodworks, handmade furnishings, jewelry, stationary and gift items. Also an extensive assortment of Wyoming made gourmet items for baskets and occasions. The gallery also features complete custom framing for decorative or conservation needs. Gallery hours…
Address: 210 S 2nd St. Laramie, Wyoming
Description: For over a decade, Atmosphere Mountainworks has been creating hand-made, hand-designed, one-of-a-kind outdoor gear including: backpacks, fannypacks, purses, jackets, pants, hats, gloves, and the list goes on and on… We also carry a variety of sporting equipment, disc golf, gifts, toys, books, and more… Stop on by! Open by hours listed or by chance! Sorry, no mail orders at this time.
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
Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10-6 and Sunday Noon-5EmailDirections
Description: Bart’s Flea Market is Wyoming’s largest year round indoor flea market selling antiques.
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!
Hours: Open 8am to 8pm dailyDirections
Description: Big Hollow Food Co–Op is a little grocery store with a big heart. We’re located in historical downtown Laramie, Wyoming. Big Hollow offers an eclectic variety of specialty foods, international cuisine, beauty supplies, allergy–friendly products, local and organic produce, and a variety of other knickknacks. Big Hollow abides by the basic business principles of a cooperative, meaning that the members vote on important issues regarding products, expansion, board members, charitable donations, and more. We like to source locally as much as possible. We like to support the causes…
Phone: (307) 742-3554
Activity Phone: (307) 742-3554
Hours: Monday - Sunday 8:00am - 2:00amEmailDirections
Description: The Buckhorn Bar in downtown Laramie is Laramie’s oldest standing and most historic bar. Established in 1900, the Buckhorn has hosted people from all corners of the world. Whether you’re looking for a refreshing drink, a fun night out dancing, or the love of your life, the Buckhorn is the home to it all and much much more.
Phone: (307) 745-5236Directions
Description: This is Cheers, Laramie style. Supposedly the model for the interior of Moe’s from the Simpsons.
Address: 4425 S 3rd Laramie WY 82070
Hours: Sun-Thr 4:00 to 9:00, Fri-Sat 4:00 to 10:00EmailDirections
Description: “Cavalryman Steakhouse is located on the parade grounds of historic Fort Sanders, established in July of 1866. In its heyday, the Fort Sanders Military Reservation protected the Overland and Lodgepole Creek emigrant routes, the Denver-Salt Lake City stage route, and the construction crews for the Union Pacific Railroad. Ruins of the fort’s powder keg are visible just southwest of the restaurant’s main building. The building was built in 1925 to serve as the clubhouse for the local country club. Just to the east, remnants of the nine-hole golf…
Address: 209 South 2nd Street Laramie Wyoming
Hours: Tue-Fri: 10:00 am-6:00 pm Sat: 10:00 am-5:00 pmDirections
Description: Chalk N’ Cheese has artisan cheeses from all across the world. We have cheeses from Spain, Italy, Ireland, England, and also some that are made here in the United States. We also have jams and mustard’s, Olive Oils and a variety of Balsamic Vinegars. Let’s not forget peanuts, crackers, and pastas.