Old Trail Town in Cody Wyoming

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Old Trail Town

Cody, Wyoming's Old Town Trail is a collection of historical buildings and artifacts running along the Yellowstone Highway and marking the area originally surveyed by town founder Buffalo Bill.

  • The Old Town Trail, in Cody, Wyoming, is a collection of historical buildings and artefacts marking the original area that was first surveyed in 1895.
  • The trail is open Mid May-September and is the largest of its kind in Wyoming.
  • See the Sundance Kid's hideout and other fascinating sights from American history.

Overview

Cody, Wyoming's Old Trail Town is an opportunity to see the area as our forefathers did. Many dismantled buildings have been reassembled and a collection of historical buildings and artefacts run along the Yellowstone highway creating a fascinating journey back in time. Amazing sights, such as an outlaw cabin from near the Montana border used by Kid Curry and the Sundance Kid as a hideout, make this an unforgettable collection.

Location

The Old Trail Town is located in West Cody, Wyoming.

Hours/Seasons

Open May to September 30th from 8 am till 7 pm.

Fees/Cost

  • Adult: $9
  • Seniors: $8
  • Children (6-12): $5

More Info

Much of the Old Trail Town should be credited to archaeologist Bob Edgar who, after realizing that many of the historical buildings and relics were starting to disappear, gathered historical artefacts to be displayed on the West side of Cody. This was the area that Buffalo Bill originally surveyed as the first site for 'Cody City' in 1895. With sights as interesting as Curly's Cabin and John Johnston's grave the trail is a truly impressive re-creation of the original Cody. The largest collection of its kind in Wyoming it is absolutely unmissable for anyone visiting the area.

Contact the Old Trail Town Cody WY at 307-587-5302.

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