Museums and Theaters in Wyoming

Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Theater and opera houses

WYO Theater in Sheridan
In this rather small theater, visitors can enjoy various plays or musical performances. The WYO was built in 1923 as a Lotus and served until 1982 as a Vaudeville theater and later as a cinema. From 1989 it was renovated by a group of committed citizens and now serves as a venue again.

Contact 42 North Main Street
Sheridan, Wyoming 82801

Jackson Hole Playhouse
The Jackson Hole Playhouse is a place of superlatives. After its construction in 1916, the building was initially a smithy. Over time, the Jackson Hole Playhouse was the first car dealership in Jackson, the first bowling alley, a pool hall, a bank, and more. It became a theater in 1950 and visitors can still see performances here today. Here you can experience Broadway musicals on western shows.

Contact 145 W. Deloney Ave
Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001

Off Square Theater
The Off Square Theater in the city of Jackson has been operated by the Square Theater Company since 1998. Here visitors can admire performances from the genres of comedy, drama and musical. Courses for children are also offered.

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Contact 240 South Glenwood
Jackson, Wyoming 83001

Museums and exhibitions

Geological Museum in Laramie
The Geological Museum is located on the University of Wyoming campus and was founded in 1893. Today the museum has a very good collection of fossils. The highlights of the exhibition are certainly the skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus, that of an Apatosaurus and Big Al, the skeleton of an Allosaurus, which has already been in front of the camera for filming.

Contact 1000 E. University Ave
Laramie, Wyoming 82071

Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne
The Wyoming State Museum in the city of Cheyenne is dedicated to the history of the state of Wyoming. There are exhibits from the fields of history, natural history, fossils, industrial history and the history of pioneers and indigenous people. In addition to the permanent exhibition, there are temporary exhibitions as well as readings and several educational programs.

Contact 2301 Central Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002

Cheyenne Forntier Days Old West Museum
The Cheyenne Forntier Days Old West Museum is a museum that feels committed to the Wild West and brings it back to life with its exhibitions. The museum was founded in 1978. The exhibits include old carriages and carriages, as well as many articles from the rodeo and everyday objects from the life of the first pioneers.

Contact 4610 Carey Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82001

Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Buffalo Bill Historical Center
Located in the city of Cody, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center is a large complex of Western museums dedicated to life in the Wild West. The museum complex includes the Plains Indians Museum, Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Cody Firearms Museum and the Draper Museum of Natural History. Also part of the complex is the Buffalo Bill Museum, which can be called the most general of the museums and offers an introduction.