Visitor's Guide & Recreation: Attractions & Events
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
The largest collection of American West culture, history, and art in the world. Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Buffalo Bill Museum, Plains Indian Museum, Cody Firearms Museum and The Draper Museum of Natural History.
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale
Fine arts sale that benefits the prestigious Buffalo Bill Historical Center and is held in conjunction with the Center's Patrons Ball and the Western Design Conference, all part of Cody, Wyoming's annual "Rendezvous Royale" arts celebration.
Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede
Top cowboys from across the continent come to Cody for the Stampede, one of rodeo's crown jewels that contestants often call "Cowboy Christmas." This is where they win the big purses, and ride the best stock.
Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center
Located 6 miles west of Cody on the way to Yellowstone National Park at the Buffalo Bill Dam.
Buffalo Bill State Park
Camping, picnicing, boating and fishing.
Buffalo Bill Ski Joring Races
Ski joring is a fast growing winter sport combining skills of a cowboy and a skier.
Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads
Annual gathering of authentic cowboys with orginal songs and poetry.
Cody Country Art League
A non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of art and artists, through shows, workshops, and our Sales Gallery. We are located in the original Buffalo Bill Museum, which also houses the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce.
Cody Nite Rodeo
Every night, June 1st to August 31st, you can see America's original sport - RODEO - in Cody, Wyoming.
Cassie's Supper Club
Dance to West the Band at Cassie's on Friday and Saturday nights
Foundation for North American Wild Sheep (FNAWS)
A non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and enhance increasing populations of indigenous wild sheep on the North American continent to safeguard against the decline or extinction of such species, and to fund programs for professional management of these populations, keeping all administrative costs to a minimum.
Heart Mountain Relocation Center
Nearly 11,000 Japanese-Americans were interned here during World War II. Two landmarks, no interpretive center. On National Register of Historic Places. 1/2 mile off 14A. More information available through the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation. (307)754-2272
Old Trail Town
The Trail Town collection now consists of 26 buildings, which date from 1879 to 1901, one hundred horse drawn vehicles, plus an extensive collection of memorabilia of the Wyoming frontier.
Pahaska Tepee
Trail Rides, Cross Country Rentals, Snowmobile Tours
Patron's Ball
Dining and dancing in the halls of the Buffalo Bill Histroical Center
Plains Indian Powwow
Exciting and educational annual event for visitors, and a gathering of family, friends and fellow competitors for dancers and drummers.
Rendezvous Royale
A Celebration of the Arts in Cody, Wyoming
Water Fall Ice Roundup
Annual ice climbing, photo exhibit, music, speakers and winter entertainment at Double Diamond X Ranch
Wild West Balloon Fest
Annual Wild West Balloon Fest. Hot-air balloon competitions and balloon glow. Mentock Park. Janet Haddix at 307-527-9321
Western Design Conference
The premier exhibition, runway show and educational forum of Western Design in the World.
Wyoming Ski Joring Association
Ski joring is a fast growing winter sport combining skills of a cowboy and a skier.
Vietnam Veteran's Memorial
Highway 14-16-20 & 26th Street. Small-scale version of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Yellowstone Jazz Festival
Each year the Yellowstone Jazz Festival attracts top jazz performers and musicians to the Yellowstone National Park area to participate in numerous jazz concerts during the Festival.
Yellowstone Quake
The Yellowstone Quake is Wyoming's Team. Come to the Riley Arena in Cody, Wyoming to see Junior B Hockey at it's best.
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