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Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Wyoming
While in Wyoming, you might enjoy a visit to:
An alien planet landscape. Used in the movie Starship Troopers.
So said its official green highway sign, and the metropolis got a lot of "hilarity of tiny towns" media attention. In 2011 they admitted that as many as 4 people were living there, the sign updated to reflect their plummet from demographic uniqueness (not that there are many 4-person towns,).
Famous tree that seems to sprout from solid rock, preserved between the east and west lanes of I-80. The lone pine tree has been fascinating travelers since the first railroad passed through in 1867.
Shipped from the Antarctic, Emperor the Penguin didn't make it alive. That didn't deter his owner from displaying him as a mascot. There's another Wyoming Emperor the Penguin west on I-80 in Little America.
A gravitational anomaly, closed for now, though the sign is still visible.
At the Grand Encampment Museum. The second story was particularly appreciated when the snow was deep.
Interspecies love child of the jackrabbit and the antelope, bigger than the original that's several blocks away.
A natural, steamy attraction of 127 F degree water containing healthful minerals. Park includes the state bath house, Rainbow Terraces, dinosaur statues, and a swinging bridge.
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