Arts & Entertainment
Big Horn Galleries
Big Horn Galleries has two locations: Cody, Wyoming and Tubac, Arizona. The gallery was established in 1982 in Cody, Buffalo Bill’s town in the Rockies, and is located downtown across the street from the historic Irma Hotel. Because of the western history, natural beauty and abundance of wildlife, many artists are drawn to the area. The gallery represents many well-known artists from Cody as well as other areas of the country and world. They offer a wide variety of subjects, style, media and price in paintings and sculpture by living and deceased artists as well as fine jewelry and original graphics. They also have an excellent full service frame shop.
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Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale
The Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale is a fine art sale with a western theme, offering works relating to the land, people and wildlife of the American West. Artists offer a broad range of stylistic interpretations of The West, in oil painting, watercolor, pastel, sculpture, ceramic and mixed media. All works are original art. The art exhibition, housed in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s John Bunker Sands Photography Gallery, is free for public viewing each September. Main events include the Friday evening auction and the Saturday morning Quick Draw.
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The foundry began in 1978 where they did industrial work, casting aluminum light fixtures for oil fields. When the oil boom busted in the mid-80′s they made their transition into art. Owner Bucky Hall, along with the staff of 16, create bronzes using the lost wax process.
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Cody Country Art League
Located in the Cody Chamber of Commerce building, the Cody Country Art League displays original works of art by local artists. You will find unique gift ideas, one-of-a-kind collectibles, paintings, photography, pottery and woodworking. As a non-profit organization, supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council, they offer ongoing and affordable educational programs for all ages and abilities. Summer hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am–3pm. Winter hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Free admission.
(307) 587-3597 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
A group of Old West street theatre performers depict a gunfight in historical costumes. Characters with names like Wild Bill Hickok, Ike Clanton, Wyatt Earp, Emmett Dalton, Lottie, Rooster and others come to life in the street in front of Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel. Good guys and bad guys bring the Old West alive for your entertainment. Shows: June-September Mon-Sat at 6pm. Free admission.
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Cody Mural Visitor Center
The magnificent Cody Mural covers a domed ceiling of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The mural is 36 feet in diameter and 18 feet to the top of the dome. Perfectly blended into the mural are selected historical scenes from the first seventy years of the Church. In an adjoining part of the building, displays and art tell the story of the colonization of the Bighorn Basin in Wyoming. June-Aug: Mon-Sat 9am-7pm, Sun 3-7pm; Sept 1-15 Mon-Sun 10am-4pm. Free admission.
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Concerts In The Park
Each summer the City of Cody brings a variety of musical talent to our downtown City Park band shell stage during the weekly Concerts in the Park. Bring your friends and family and pack a picnic basket to enjoy some quality outdoor entertainment. A variety of food vendors are usually available each week. Every Thursday at 6:30 in July and August following the fourth of July celebration. Free admission.
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Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue
Join Dan and his “Empty Saddles Band” at the historic Cody Theatre across from the Irma Hotel for an evening of music, comedy and poetry featuring Wendy Corr, Ed Cook and Hannah Miller. Since 2005, Dan’s Cowboy Music Revue has entertained thousands of people from all over the world and is a regular stop for many of the tour groups that vacation in Cody. Dan is the award winning television host of “Xtreme Bulls” on GAC and “The Best of the West” on the Outdoor Channel. His extraordinary “Cowboy Music Revue” has been featured in “USA Today” and filmed for ESPN and the Travel Channel. Beginning Mid-May through September shows Mon-Sat 8pm. $15 admission.
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Mountain Valley Artistry
Jim Marsico is a full time artist and sculptor. Since 1976, he has owned and operated his studio and gallery in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and Yellowstone National Park. Marsico has been honored with several fine art awards and his sculptures have been shipped worldwide. In addition, museums, including the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C, display some of his work.
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Paul Stock Aquatic And Recreation Center
The Paul Stock Aquatic & Recreation Center was constructed in 2001 entirely from private donations and continues to enjoy strong support from the community. Facility amenities include three full-length gymnasiums, cardiovascular and weight training exercise equipment, suspended walking/jogging track, racquetball courts, concessions and child care (open at select times), free weight room, 8 lane x 25 yard lap pool with diving well, 3500 square foot leisure pool with water activity equipment including a 150″ water slide and aqua climbing wall, jacuzzi spa, wet steam room, and therapy pool with ADA lift.
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Plains Indian Powwow
The Plains Indian Powwow takes place in Cody each June. Visitors from around the world are drawn to the vibrant colors and the rhythmic beating drums of the Indian pow wow. A “pow wow”, meaning medicine man, showcases traditional costumes, dances and singers.
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Simpson Gallagher Gallery
A fine art gallery featuring some of America’s leading representational artists, the Simpson Gallagher Gallery welcomes art collectors and those who are simply interested in art. The gallery’s represented mediums include oil, bronze, etching, pastel, and watercolor. Many of the country’s most celebrated artists are found here, including works by Clyde Aspevig, T. Allen Lawson, Leon Loughridge, Grant Redden, Skip Whitcomb, Geoff Parker, Matt Smith and dozens more. Special artist receptions are periodically held, and samples of the gallery’s works are available online. Simpson Gallagher Gallery is located on Sheridan Avenue across from the Irma Hotel.
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Ten pin bowling alley, pool table, arcade games and snack bar. Fun for the whole family!
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