Things to do in Wyoming with kids
The infamous Wild Bill, cowboys, dude ranches, sprawling plains and pretty incredible mountains - Wyoming certainly does have character - and kids will just love it!
They can get lost in the old Wild West in places like the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and the very cool Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins (don’t worry, you can go home at the end of the day!), they can yew-haw their way through the Cody Stampede Rodeo, and get that much needed fresh air in the Grand Teton National Park.
But do you know what else kids just LOVE about The Cowboy State? Dinosaurs! Wyoming is a dino-haven and places like the Wyoming Dinosaur Center have pretty cool exhibits where they can get up close to learn about these incredible creatures.
Don’t worry if you spend all your pocket money on dinosaur souvenirs, you can just visit places like the Fossil County Frontier Museum - because it’s free!
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Community indoor aquatic center at this recreation center, for casual and competitive swimming!
A great family friendly pool for all ages! Swim lessons and classes available
Located just a short walk from Casper College's campus, the museum is a valuable and interesting resource available to all! Wyoming is famous for its abundant and diverse vertebrate wildlife, thus the focus of the Werner Wildlife Museum is on wildlif....
An inspiring art museum to encourage creativity through collections, as well as hands-on activity area for kids! Art fun for the family in Wyoming!
It's dino-central at this Dinosaur Center, with 12,000 square feet of exhibits filled with fossils, relics from the past and of course, over 20 dinosaurs!
THE MUSEUM exists to provide visitors the opportunity to relate to the living environment of the early settlers from thousands of years ago in our Colby Site display of the earliest mammoth kill site in North America to settlers of the west one hundr....
Fancy heading back to the Wild West...Then why not spend the day with Buffalo Bill?
The museum is unique among American art museums, distinguished by its mission and location. The museum strives to enrich and inspire public appreciation of fine art and humanity's relationship with nature.
The Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum was established in 1960 through the will of Helen Brinton and opened to the public in June of 1961 as a memorial to her brother Bradford Brinton. Today the Main Ranch House is filled with fine art and furnishing....
The Museum presents a visual and interpretative experience into the romantic era of the Mountain man and provides a comprehensive overview of the Western Fur Trade's historical significance.
Our museum is dedicated to following the late Jim Gatchell's vision of preserving the history of Johnson County, Wyoming, with emphasis on its Frontier Era, through the collection and conservation of related art, archives and artifacts. In the inter....
A vast collection of saddles, but also Western memorabilia, Native American artifacts, old photographs, carriages and much more!
The Old West lives on at the Tecumseh's Old West Miniature Village and Museum located with Tecumseh's Trading Post. Thousands of miniature figures trace the history of Wyoming and Montana from the 1600s to the late 1890s at the indoor village located....
The Nelson Museum is dedicated to the preservation of fine Cowboy and Native American objects as well as fine Western art.
One of a minute number of geology and paleontology museums in Wyoming, the Tate houses a collection of over 3000 fossil and mineral specimens. Museum staff are always on hand to answer questions, help identify items visitors bring in, and make your v....
Tour a reconstructed 1865 military post located at a major river crossing on the Oregon, California, Mormon Pioneer, Pony Express, and transcontinental telegraph trail corridor. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to ....
The Museum is in historic Building 210, which was the Army commander's headquarters at the turn of the century. You will find exhibits in the first floor rooms, as well as the museum annex building 211, depicting the history of missiles and that of t....
Discover the rich cultural heritage of southwestern Wyoming at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum. Established in 1967 to preserve the history of Sweetwater County, the museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits, a large historical photogr....
Wyoming makes science fun at The Science Zone with hands-on exhibits for kids to explore the wonders of science
Enjoy the stars and learn about the universe at the Casper Planetarium in Wyoming, with public shows!
Kids aged 3 to 12 years can learn through play at this Wyoming children's museum, with hands-on exhibits covering a range of subjects!
A fascinating look at the cultural and natural history of southwestern Wyoming, and a great educational tool for kids.
Wind River Heritage Center features exhibits pertaining to early Fremont County and Wyoming’s history, with wax figures, mounted animals & more!
Explore the Visitor Center with exhibits on construction and wildlife, & visit the actual Can overlooking Buffalo Bill Reservoir!
The history of the world's largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration comes alive at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to do with kids in Wyoming
The Grand Encampment Museum, located in Encampment, Wyoming, preserves history with its collection of over a dozen historical buildings filled with artifacts representing the timber, mining, and agricultural history of the Encampment valley.
This historic museum's focuses primarily on general history with an emphasis upon Campbell County, Wyoming, with pioneer artifacts, early printing equipment, saddles, household items, guns & more!
Whether whitewater rafting or fly fishing, you'll enjoy the unparalleled beauty of one of the oldest canyons in the United States - Wind River Canyon!
Bounce the day away at Wyoming's FIRST EVER trampoline park! Perfect for any age, there are foam pits and trampolines to enjoy!
Children are introduced to the world of livestock and horses by patient wranglers who take great care to build kids' confidence. Children have a great time learning about cowboys, Native Americans, the Yellowstone ecosystem and wildlife, as well as w....
Nature filled and fun family adventures down whitewater rapids with this Wyoming river rafting company!
Great outdoor fun in Wyoming with these scenic river trips, with whitewater rafting, scenic tours and over night adventures!
The Laramie Community Recreation Center offers an indoor leisure pool, 8-lane lap pool, outdoor pool, water slides, lazy river, whirlpool, full-court gymnasium, cardio equipment, circuit weights, indoor playground, meeting rooms, teen area, and dozen....
Year round indoor rink welcoming families and beginners. Plus inflatables, arcade and more.
Some of the world's best preserved fossils are found in the flat-topped ridges of southwestern Wyoming's cold sagebrush desert. Fossilized fish, insects, plants, reptiles, birds, and mammals are exceptional for their abundance, variety, and detail of....
Hot Springs State Park was built around the world's largest single mineral hot spring. Big Spring pours forth millions of gallons of mineral water every 24 hours at a constant temperature of 135 degrees Fahrenheit. Two swimming plunges and the State ....
A beautiful state park on the foothills of the Laramie Mountains, with fishing, and watersports. A very natural state park for exploring, and lots of family day out adventure!
Nature fun at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens with a labyrinth, walkways, historic plazas, and a children's village, all set in 27 speciality landscapes. Relaxing and nature filled family fun in Wyoming!
Loads to do in the big outdoors, try hiking, bird watching, camping, fishing, rock Climbing or just relax and have a picnic! The visitors center have displays about the ecology, wildlife, and the history of Sinks Canyon including interactive display....
The late conservationist and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. made substantial contributions to quite a few national parks.Located at the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Rockefeller Parkway connects Grand Teton and Yellowstone ....
Four million visitors a year can't be wrong! This amazing national park in Wyoming has incredible mountains, extraordinary wildlife and lakes for families to explore and enjoy!
This "grand old post," established as a private fur trading fort in 1834, witnessed the entire sweeping saga of America's western expansion and Indian resistance to encroachment on their territories. Indians, trappers, traders, missionaries, emigrant....
An iconic 1347 acre park covered with pine forests, woodlands, and grasslands - a sacred site for many American Indians and a very impressive feat of nature!
Enjoy an hour-long educational experience with live raptors at the historic Hardeman Ranch in Wilson, Wyoming at the Teton Raptor Center.
Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park! It stretches over 3 states - Wyoming, Montana, & Idaho - and is home to some amazing wildlife!
We transport you in an air conditioned van approximately 22 miles from Cody to the MucCullough peeks wild horse range. This a 110,000 acre refuge of unbelievable beauty. Pronghorn Antelope, Golden Eagles, Coyotes, and Praire dogs are just some of the....
Travel at the speed of dog in Wyoming with these fun dogsled adventures through the Teton and Yellowstone region!
Get to know Wyoming's "Magic City Of The Plains" in these fascinating and informative trolley tours which gives the family an insight into the history and stories of Cheyenne!
Cody Trolley Tours utilizes two live narrators, poster-sized historical photos, pass-around relics and entertaining audio clips, to share the story of world-famous William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody while we spotlight historical sites, scenic vistas, geo....
Yee-haa! Ride on a horse-drawn, canvas-covered wagon to an authentic cowboy cookout steak dinner in Pleasant Valley. Have a look for wildlife along the way. When you get there, a singing cowboy (complete with guitar) will entertain you over dinner.
Everybody knows that Roller City is the best place to go to have a fun filled time with your friends and family!
Casper ice arena offers a wide variety of skating fun including public skating, classes, figure skating, hockey, special events, birthday parties, and more!
The Greybull Recreation District is family fun in Wyoming, with a roller rink, youth & teen activities and more!
Historic Trail Town is a collection of buildings and relics of the Wyoming frontier. Local archaeologist Bob Edgar created Trail Town by moving 26 buildings built between 1879 and 1901 to the location that was once the site of Old Cody City.
Fascinating guided tours through the Wyoming Frontier Prison, with a visit to the museum, and an exhibit on the current Wyoming State Penitentiary. A unique family day out experience!
The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Association is dedicated to educating the public about the biology and habitat needs of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and to encouraging the active stewardship of wildlife and wildlands.
Exhibits and displays throughout the home utilizing primarily original artifacts provide information on daily life, entertainment, interior design and changing technology as well as early twentieth century ranching on the Northern Plains.
Jackson Hole's first live theatre opened in the 1950's and is still going strong, and family friendly!
Family fun at this classic Wyoming rodeo, where cowboys and cowgirls all compete to win the big purses at the Cody Stampede Rodeo arena!
Rodeo fun for 10 days every summer, with amazing bands performing, and that good old fashioned rodeo experience for the kids in Wyoming!
A true Western ranch with trail rides, dinner shows and even kids camps! Fun Western entertainment in the heart of Wyoming!
Old Town Fun Park, featuring a 18-hold miniature golf course, excellent video arcade, a 24' climbing wall, and much more!
The west is back at the Terry Bison Ranch! Families can immerser themselves in Western adventure, entertainment and food, with trains, horses, trucks and planes! Also great for the family to learn about Wyoming history and culture.
A family RV Park experience in the wild west, situation in the town founded by Buffalo Bill Cody himself! Also a great base for the magnificent Yellowstone National Park
A shady and relaxing RV Park near Hot Spring State Park in Thermopolis, Wyoming.
An ideal RV Park option to visit the beautiful Big Horn Mountains, the Bighorn National Forest, and the Historic Bozeman Trail sites in Buffalo, Wyoming.