The prison is worth a visit and I like the bike racks in town, along with the living food wall!
Nice historic downtown but it seemed a bit dead. The prison was fantastic. Would like to have seen the Wyoming House for Historic Women but we missed it by a week!
Tarihi hapishanesi disinda pek ilginc bir sey yok. Bir de tren istasyonuna yakin bir duvarda bir tarla cikti karsimiza . Bildiginiz bir duvarin yuzunde domates, maydanoz, feslegen, nane yetistirmisler. Bizim otoban bahceciliginin benzeri . Itiraf etmeliyim domatesler lezzetliydi.
Distance from Fort Collins: 65 miles
Driving time from Fort Collins: 1 hour, 10 minutes
- Stroll through the small historic downtown and do some shopping.
- Legendary outlaw Butch Cassidy was once held at the Wyoming Territorial Prison. Visit the reconstructed prison to learn about Cassidy and several other “bad boys” and “wild women” of the Old West. Admission is $5 for adults.
- Did you know that Laramie was the very first place in the entire world where women were allowed to vote? The Wyoming Women’s History House tells the story of Wyoming’s groundbreaking Women’s Suffrage Act of 1869. The museum is open through the summer season and by appointment only the rest of the year.
- The Laramie Plains Museum is located in historic Ivinson Mansion. Admission is $10 for adults.
- Laramie’s train depot was built in 1924. There is a park outside of the depot featuring a snow train. A walkway over the tracks provides a nice viewing platform for trains passing through town.
- Take in a Cowboys football game at War Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of Wyoming.
- Grand Avenue Pizza has an affordable all-you-can-eat lunch buffet and friendly service. Choose from pizza, pasta, and a soup of the day. A salad is included.