We got to peek inside one of the first RV’s! The boys wanted to know where the kids’ room was! lol
This is the first time we have seen such a huge collection of wagons! We especially loved the undertaker’s wagon and the milk wagon.
Grant took his weekly bath. 🙂
They played in the playroom while Patrick and I went back through and looked at some of the cool, old wagons.
... and apparently cowboys are supposed to be tough and mean.
While we were there we watched a rather long (and funny) video of the history of Cheyenne Frontier Days. It was made probably in the 80’s judging by the hairdo’s and big glasses, but it made me really think that the rest of the country needs to up the ante for their rodeo’s! I would love to see chuck wagon racing in person!! The woman at the front desk was a true gem! She helped us take our family pictures and when we left she gave my boys each a book! They were so excited!
The Museum’s hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Daily.
Open seven days a week.
Seniors and Military
Students ages 12-18 and Laramie County residents
Free – Children 12 and under
Have you been? What was YOUR favorite wagon?