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Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming. It is the largest city and the center of trade and commerce. The city was built in the late 1800’s on cattle ranching and the railroad system. Cheyenne’s economy is still largely motorized by ranching and here rodeo is king. Cheyenne houses FE Warren Air Force Base that hosts an assortment of air shows throughout the year and has a rather exciting museum featuring permanent exhibits on military missiles, including the Patriot.
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Plentiful museums and outdoor activities are offered year-round, the Cheyenne truly get animated from late spring through early fall. If you are looking for experiencing the celebrated west, visit during Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo. It offers 10 days of enthralling and beguiling rodeos, concerts, pancake breakfasts, parades, a Native American village, and much more.
The weather in Cheyenne is moderately gentle with summer highs averaging in the high 70s/low 80s and lows in the 50s. The climate is rather dry, with a few inches of rainfall a year. Attractions comprise trolley tours, hiking, horse-drawn carriage rides, and horseback riding.
History enthusiasts can benefit from the inviting Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum that is home to one of the best western horse-drawn wagon collections in the U.S. Take a visit to the Corinthian-style Capitol building or the Historic Governor’s Mansion. There is abundance of family-oriented attractions. Whether it is rodeos, golf, parks, national forests, museums or symphony, choices are aplenty.