While Memorial Day means burgers, beer and a day off work in many places, here in Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country, it also means that summer has arrived. By Memorial Day, nearly all of Cody’s famous summer attractions have opened, and visitors from around the world have begun to arrive.
Here’s what those visitors can experience after Memorial Day weekend:
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Heart Mountain World War II Interpretive Center, and the galleries and shops on Sheridan Avenue begin summer-season hours. The world-renowned Center of the West is celebrating its 100th anniversary with special exhibitions this summer like “Cody to the World!,” opening June 2 in the museum’s Special Exhibitions Gallery.
The Cody Trolley offers as many as four daily tours. I always suggest that new visitors to Cody launch their vacations with this interpretive tour that introduces the history of Buffalo Bill Cody and the town he built.
The Cody Nite Rodeo begins its nightly performances. The first rodeo is Thursday, June 1, and visitors can experience the longest running nightly summer rodeo in the world until it Read More