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Things To Do in Cheyenne, WY
The Historic Governors’ Mansion provided residence for Wyoming’s governor from 1905 until 1976. This historic landmark and attraction is currently operating as a house museum, with rooms displaying decorations and artifacts from the 1905, 1937, 1955 and 1960s eras. Learn about the past of this laid-back city through the halls of its former leaders’ home.
Dust off your bowling ball and lace up your shoes for a game over at Two Bar Bowling Lanes, the best locally owned bowling alley in Cheyenne. This recreation facility offers daily and league specials for bowlers of all ages and skill levels. Hit the lanes on your next group or family outing!
Support the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players when you join in one of their special fundraising events. The Mardi Gras festival, which began as a Masked Ball, has grown in popularity as it transforms the quiet city of Cheyenne into the topsy-turvy streets of New Orleans for one night. Sample authentic Cajun food, watch street entertainers and peruse the wares of local vendors.
Add a touch of class to your evening when you take your date to a performance by the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra. A fairly small orchestra, this group is nevertheless one of the finest in the region. Since 1935, the symphony has sought to share the beauty of music with Cheyenne–the perfect soundtrack for a romantic night.