Things to see and do - Cody
Cody Travel guide
Cody : Michelin's recommendations
William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody founded this town as his own in 1896, two decades after he first scouted the region. Cody envisioned a place where the Old and new West could meet; this site, 50mi east of Yellowstone National Park, was ideal. Cody poured the profits from his popular Wild West Show into the town’s growth.
Tourist attractions Cody : Things to see and do
720 Sheridan Ave. USA - Cody, WY 82414-3428
Four internationally acclaimed galleries and a research library, occupying three levels of this fan-shaped complex, explore aspects of the history of the American West. Also on the site is the boyhood home of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody,..
1326 Sheridan Avenue 1326 USA - Cody, WY
This summer-long event is like "Cowboy Christmas" according to insiders. It is a lovely introduction to the sport of rodeo, where contestants vie in bronco and bull riding, calf roping, bulldogging and barrel racing. A highlight is the calf..
1831 1831 Demaris Drive USA - Cody, WY
More than 100 wagons and 25 buildings date 1879-1901, moved (dismantled and reassembled) from a 150mi radius, are arranged here on the original surveyed site for Cody City by Buffalo Bill. But just because this is history, doesn't mean it is static, ..
1807 Sheridan Avenue USA - Cody WY 82414
Prix Prices from : 72 $
1213 17th Street USA - Cody WY 82414
Less than an hours’ drive from the East Gate of Yellowstone National Park, this inn offers free muffins and coffee in the lobby each morning. Rooms feature cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Each room has individually handcrafted furnishings and offers lodge-..
1636 Central Avenue USA - Cody WY 82414
Prix Prices from : 75 $
Featuring free Wi-Fi in all rooms, this Cody, Wyoming inn is 1 mile from the Buffalo Bill Museum and 50 miles to Yellowstone National Park. Offering a seating area, each room includes a TV, a refrigerator and an en suite bathroom at Green Gables Inn..