For travelers who want a relaxing vacation to the Midwestern United States, you can plan your next trip to Cheyenne, Wyoming. The city is filled with historical museums and monuments that you can visit, or you can experience more of the state's history at the Wyoming State Museum. If you love cowboys, there are frequently bull-riding competitions and plenty of local bars where you can line dance.
Cheyenne, Wyoming, played a big part in the early 19th century railroad system, and you can see one of the historic steam engines at Holliday Park. This locomotive is known as the "Big Boy," and it's on display all year long. One of the most majestic animals in America is the bison, and you can see them roaming the land in their natural habitat at the Terry Bison Ranch, which has over 2,300 bison throughout the 30,000-acre property. If you're looking for some fun nighttime activities, you can head to the center of the city, which has an assortment of nightclubs, bars and restaurants where you can dance and grab a cocktail.
When you fly to Cheyenne Regional Airport (CYS), you'll be conveniently located near the 180 freeway, which connects to the 80 and the 85 freeways, so you can easily navigate throughout the city. Be sure to wear warm clothes if you visit Cheyenne in the winter. The city gets anywhere from 6 to 9 inches of snow between November and February, but it can get upwards of 11 inches in March.
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