There is no better way to learn about and enjoy Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country than to participate in a tour provided by a knowledgeable and professional tour company. Go at your own pace with a self-guided tour or meet other people who are exploring the treasure of the old west.
Historic Walking Tours
Enjoy a self-guided walking tour through downtown Cody. Cody’s downtown is on the National Register of Historic Districts. A tour brochure with photographs is available at the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce, 836 Sheridan Avenue.
Enjoy a self-guided walking tour thro ugh downtown Powell. Powell’s downtown is on the National Registry of Historic Districts. A tour brochure with photographs is available at the Powell Valley Chamber of Commerce, 111 S. Day Street.
Cody Trolley Tour
Cody Trolley Tours utilizes two live narrators, poster-sized historical photos, pass-around relics and entertaining audio clips, to share the story of world-famous William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody while historical sites, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new west attractions are spotlighted. The 60-minute, 22 mile tour is a LIVE PERFORMANCE that you enjoy from the cozy oak interior of a festive red and green trolley. Late May through late September the trolley departs from the Irma Hotel, 1192 Sheridan Ave. seven days a week at 11am and 3pm with a 9am and 1pm tour available for most of the season. Pre-purchase tickets online at www.codytrolleytours.comor call 307-527-7043. Tickets are also available at the Cody Trolley Tour booth on the porch of the Irma Hotel, select lodging establishments, the Cody Chamber of Commerce, and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Free pickup is provided from most local hotels and campgrounds. A Cody Trolley tour is the best and fastest way to gain an overview of all that Cody, Wyoming has to offer.
The “Experience Cody Inside and Out” package gets you inside the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and outside with Cody Trolley Tours for just $38.00!
|Children 5 and under||FREE|
|Experience Cody Inside & Out Combo Ticket||$38.00|
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Cody Trolley Tours
Nestled between the picturesque Big Horn and Absaroka mountain ranges of northwest Wyoming, Powell is a community historically rooted in agriculture. The Powell Chamber of Commerce can help you learn more about the agriculture industry in and around Powell by customizing a tour for you or your group. Learn more about area crops, livestock production, irrigation systems and more from local ranchers and farmers. The Chamber offers customized agricultural tours for groups, organizations, families and individuals. Area farmers and ranchers who participate in our agro-tourism ventures realize the value that consumers place on visiting rural settings where food is produced, and they strive to provide tours that are informative, pleasurable and inspiring.
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Meeteetse Area Tours
Meeteetse Museums host several annual tours throughout the year:
Legend Rock Tour
Second Saturday in June. Guided tour of Legend Rock State Archaeological Site, which is led by archaeoligist Dr. Larry Todd. Legend Rock features over 300 of the world’s best Dinwoody Petroglyphs, some 10,000 years old.
Historic Double Dee Tour
Third Sunday in July. The historic Double Dee Guest Ranch operated in the 1930s. Amelia Earhart was a guest there in July, 1934. The tour is led by Jim Dunrud, whose family owned the ranch.
Second Saturday in August. The ghost mining town of Kirwin features numerous historic structures, mines and alpine scenery. The propsed summer cabin of Amelia Earhart is a short hike away.
Medicine Lodge Creek Pictograph Tour
Fourth Saturday in August. Tour the Medicine Creek State Archaeological Site. Archaeologist Dr. Larry Todd leads the tour of this ancient pictograph site near Hyattville. Side tours to the Colby Mammoth Kill Site and the Washakie Museum are offered.
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Many visitors prefer to let others drive while enjoying the scenery, attractions and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. Experienced drivers knowledgeable in Yellowstone history and facts will insure a memorable and safe journey through the world’s first national park.
For centuries, Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country has been home to the world’s most spectacular wildlife. Buffalo, deer, moose, mountain sheep, elk, grizzly bears, black bears, eagles and hundreds of other bird species, wild horses, and more, inhabit Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country. Wildlife viewing tours can add special memories to a Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country vacation.
Choice Aviation is Cody’s full-service Fixed Base Operator (FBO). Experience Yellowstone/Cody country by air. Scenic flights, aircraft rental and charter services throughout the region offered. Located at the Yellowstone Regional Airport.
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Cody Wyoming Adventures
Owner Ken Martin has been living the Cody, Wyoming outdoor adventure life for over 30 years. Tours offered: Red Canyon Wild Mustang Tour – an adventure and educational opportunity for the entire family. You will travel by van and observe these fabulous horses in their natural habitat. The company enjoys an excellent reputation earned by their experienced and knowledgeable staff, committed to making your adventure safe and pleasant. The tour takes 2 to 21/2 hours. It is considered the number one wild mustang tour in the country. National Park Tour – travel through Yellowstone in a comfortable 15 passenger air conditioned van. Tour stops include Yellowstone Lake, Fishing Bridge, Old Faithful, the Firehole River, Canyon Village, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Artists Point, and the Mud Volcanoes. Other stops will be made along the way for wildlife viewing and picture taking. Tours depart daily from Cody, Wyoming at 7:00 a.m. for the full day. Tour includes Yellowstone National Park entrance fees and a wonderful picnic lunch. Kirwin Ghost Town Tour – takes you to the isolated ghost town of Kirwin, Wyoming. Many of the buildings and equipment are still there today. Call for reservations and pricing.
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Cody Wyoming Tours
K3 Guest Ranch offers area tours for you to enjoy. All tours depart from the ranch. Yellowstone National Park (9 hours) – Yellowstone National Park opens the first week in May and remains open until the first Monday in November, weather permitting. The drive to Yellowstone National Park is one of the most picturesque drives in the U.S. Visit Yellowstone Falls at Artist Point, the mud pots, geysers and Old Faithful. Chief Joseph Scenic Byway (4+ hours) – Follow a rugged section of the Nez Perce Trail along the route taken by Chief Joseph and a band of Nez Perce Indians in 1877 as they attempted to escape the US Calvary and flee into Canada. Travel over the Beartooth Mountains to the Top of The World. You will travel over mountains and valleys and be able to stop many places to view the gorgeous scenery. Legend Rock (5-8 hours) – Located 50 miles southeast of Cody, Wyoming Legend Rock is one of the oldest and best examples of Dinwoody rock art in the world. Wyoming Dinosaur Museum optional add-on. Call for reservations and pricing.
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East Entrance Yellowstone Snowmobile Tours
Yellowstone National Park is a winter wonderland. From the third week of December to the first of March, Rimrock Ranch guides snowmobile tours into the park. They offer an all day tour which includes Old Faithful, the Gyser Basin areas, Yellowstone Falls, and Yellowstone Lake. Day trips and overnight trips are offered and can be customized to fit your needs. All tours originate from the East Entrance of the Park.
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Hidden Treasure Charters
Scenic boat tours and sunset cruises in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming. Open Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day. Two hour tours Fri-Sat 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. sunset cruise 6:30 p.m., other days by reservation only. Book online.
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National Park Tours
A custom tour of either Yellowstone National Park or the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. Tours depart Cody between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. and include park entry, lunch, stops for pictures at your request, animal watching or other park features. Usually conclude around 5 p.m. in time for dinner, shows or rodeo events in Cody.
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Personalized, private tours of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and the surrounding ecosystem. Custom designed trips. Wildlife, photography, scenic and winter tours. Step-on guides for charter groups. Please visit website for pricing and reservations.
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YLoop Road Trips
Guided tours and day hikes in Yellowstone National Park and fabulous, less common destinations in Greater Yellowstone. See the Beartooths, Legend Rock, or the badlands of the Bighorn Basin. Certified guides, healthy food, pick up at your hotel. Most trips include admission fees, snacks, water and lunch. Yellowstone trips May-Oct. Other trips year-round, weather permitting. Group discounts available. Book online.
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