DISCOVER THE BEST OF CHEYENNE FROM OUR DOWNTOWN LOCATION
Whether you’re exploring the area’s beautiful mountains and parks or touring the ranches and railroad stations that made Cheyenne famous, make Radisson Hotel Cheyenne your hub for adventures in Wyoming’s capital city. Ride through downtown on a trolley for an easy way to see the city’s highlights, and then find your inner cowboy with a trip to the Old West Museum. In town to visit a loved one at F.E. Warren Air Force Base? We’re just three miles from the base. For family fun, be sure to visit the Cheyenne Ice & Events Center, offering mini golf, laser tag, ice skating and more.
Put these attractions on your to-do list while in Cheyenne:
- The Outlaw Saloon (0.5 miles)
Round up your friends for a lively game of pool or a live concert at The Outlaw Saloon, a fun bar and events venue with lots of games, drinks and good times waiting for you.
Phone: +1 (307) 635-7552
- Burlington Northern Railroad (1 mile)
Train enthusiasts won't want to miss a stop at this nearby station, which played a role in helping Cheyenne forge its reputation as a railroad town.
- Union Pacific Railroad (1 mile)
You’ll be impressed by the massive roundhouse and turntable found at this Union Pacific train storage facility, which has contributed to Cheyenne’s reputation as America’s Railroad Capital. The facility is open for tours during Depot Days in May.
- Cheyenne Depot Museum (1.5 miles)
Learn about the evolution of the transcontinental railway through the decades at this cultural hub, which also houses a popular brewery.
Phone: +1 (307) 632-3905
- Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley Tours (1.5 miles)
Learn about the city’s railroad history and famous Wild West characters like Wild Bill Hickok as you take a leisurely ride through the streets of downtown Cheyenne on a trolley.
Phone: +1 (307) 778-3133
- Downtown Cheyenne (1.5 miles)
Explore this bustling downtown area, which features a variety of historical sites, the state museum, a farmers market, and enough restaurants and shops to keep you entertained all day and night.
Phone: +1 (307) 433-9730
- Wyoming State Capitol (2 miles)
Although the building is closed for remodeling until 2019, be sure to walk past this architecturally fascinating capitol building, considered one of the most historically significant structures in Wyoming.
Phone: +1 (307) 777-7220
- Cheyenne Ice & Events Center (3 miles)
Challenge your family to a round of mini golf or laser tag, or strap on your skates for an afternoon on the ice at the Ice & Events Center, which also hosts sporting events, trade shows and concerts.
Phone: +1 (307) 433-0024
- F.E. Warren Air Force Base (3 miles)
Named after Wyoming's territorial governor and first state senator, F.E. Warren AFB is the Air Force's oldest continuously active installation and home to the 90th Missile Wing.
- Sierra Trading Post (3 miles)
Get ready for your outdoor adventure with apparel, shoes and gear from Sierra Trading Post.
Phone: +1 (307) 775-8090
- Cheyenne Frontier Days (5 miles)
Spend a week in the Old West by planning a trip to Cheyenne Frontier Days, which kicks off every July. This event is heralded as the largest outdoor rodeo in the world and features big-name entertainment, parades, cook-offs and championship bull riding.
Phone: +1 (307) 778-7200
- Old West Museum (5 miles)
Discover your pioneering spirit with a trip to the Old West Museum, which displays a collection of carriages, Western and Native American art, and artifacts from the more than 100-year history of the world-famous Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Phone: +1 (307) 778-7290
- Wyoming Hereford Ranch (5 miles)
As one of the oldest livestock operations still working today, Wyoming Hereford Ranch has a storied past that you can relive when you tour its well-preserved historical buildings and surrounding pastures.
Phone: +1 (307) 634-1905
- University of Wyoming (45 miles)
Cheer on the Cowboys at War Memorial Stadium during your visit to the University of Wyoming, and be sure to tour the beautiful campus.
Phone: +1 (307) 766-2379