Whether you are traveling as a group, as a family or on a solo adventure, the Buffalo Bill Village in Cody, Wyoming has something to offer everyone.
Stunning natural beauty blended with small town charm, authentic shopping and dining and the adventurous spirit of the American West make Cody one of the best places to visit in Wyoming. Just 50 miles from the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park, you will find a place where visitors never run out of things to do. From exhilarating outdoor adventures to fascinating historic attractions to great shops and restaurants, an unforgettable experience awaits.
Guests of Buffalo Bill Village are able to choose from a broad range of tours and activities, including hiking, fishing, river tubing, horseback riding and more. With so many experiences to choose from, the hotel’s knowledgeable and experienced staff is happy to recommend and arrange activities.
This free attraction is open from May 1 to September 30.
Get up close and personal with one of the most iconic figures in American history. The exhibits and interactive programs at this museum celebrate the life and accomplishments of frontiersman William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody.
The park is open from April 1 to November 1 and offers limited winter access.
Showcasing famous scenes from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, this beautiful mural covers a 36-foot domed ceiling.
Catch real live cowboys and cowgirls in action at the world-famous PRCA-sanctioned rodeo that has been performing nightly since 1938.
Learn the legends and history surrounding 20 historically documented buildings from the late 1800s.
Tee off on this 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course and you will enjoy a challenging round of golf along with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain landscape.
Hop aboard for a 22-mile tour as two knowledgeable guides fill you with tall tales, legends and lore about the origins of downtown Cody and its most famous resident, William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody.
Watch wild mustang stallions in their natural habitat on a breathtaking safari-style tour known as the premier wild horse tour in America.
There’s simply no better way to experience the treasures surrounding Cody. Grub Steak Expeditions offers full-, half- and multiple-day custom tours of Yellowstone National Park, the McCulloch Peaks, Big Horn Canyon and more.
A majestic landscape that is home to geysers, waterfalls and diverse wildlife, the United States’ first and largest National Park (it’s larger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined) attracts millions of visitors a year. The park is open to cars (weather permitting) from the first Saturday in May until the first Saturday in November.