- See 1000s of miniature figurines depicting Wyoming and Montana's history from 1600s-1800s in 66 amazing indoor scenes.
- The display runs from mid May through mid September 8-8, hours vary during Winter season.
- Free admission
- See a wide range of fascinating scenes and a unique recreation of the West's colorful past.
See Wyoming and Montana's history from between 1600s-1800s come to life in Cody, Wyoming's Old Miniature Village. A spectacular 66 scene miniature re-creation of Western history over a vast 7,000 sq.ft expanse, the display features scenes such as the Oregon Trail and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Admission is free and with recordings and a map available to guide you through the exhibit, this is truly a unique way to see the history of the West.
The Old West Museum in Cody, is the perfect surrounding for the Miniature Village and also contains authentic collections of artefacts, weapons and period clothing for those wanting to explore Western history further.
The museum is open 8am-8pm mid May through to mid September. Times vary in winter seasons.
The display is the life's work of Jerry Fick who has spent decades collecting and making the figures. It is hand-made with real passion and is as historically authentic as possible. Throughout the rest of the museum see an amazing collection of artefacts such as a pre-1840s beaver hat, guns of the frontier and full-size wildlife mounts. The museum and Miniature Village are an enriching and educational look at Western history.
Contact The Miniature Village at 307-587-5362.