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  • Giant Head of Abraham Lincoln

    Giant Head of Abraham Lincoln

    Laramie, Wyoming

    Monumental craggy head looks down on transcontinental traffic. Also: monument to Henry Joy, early booster of the Lincoln Highway.

Sights for Oddball Excursions

  • Ames Brothers Pyramid

    Ames Brothers Pyramid

    Buford, Wyoming

    The Ames Brothers, fatcat 19th century industrialists, are now as forgotten as the towering pyramid that was built in their honor.

  • Mel Gould's Buryville

    Mel Gould's Buryville

    Cheyenne, Wyoming

    Mel Gould has filled his property with wind-powered folk art, works in an underground shop he calls Buryville, and enjoys visitors.

  • Cody Dug Up Gun Museum

    Cody Dug Up Gun Museum

    Cody, Wyoming

    Unexpected wealth of 19th and 20th century history in a collection of corroded and broken firearms, recovered from where they fell (and their owners may have followed).

  • Old Trail Town

    Old Trail Town

    Cody, Wyoming

    Tourist attraction created from collection of frontier-era buildings, historical graves and gunfighter memorials. 2-headed calf!

  • Devils Tower

    Devils Tower

    Devils Tower, Wyoming

    Singular monolith of rock, America's first National Monument, a sacred place as well as a famous 1970s sci-fi film location.

  • Ride the Jackalope

    Ride the Jackalope

    Dubois, Wyoming

    Classic photo-op atop a stuffed six-foot-high jackrabbit with antlers and a saddle.

  • Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum

    Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum

    Rawlins, Wyoming

    Gas chamber, gallows, perky tour guides.

  • Shoes Made from Big Nose George

    Shoes Made from Big Nose George

    Rawlins, Wyoming

    Lynched killer hand-me-downs still delight school children.

  • Smith Mansion - Towering Log House

    Smith Mansion - Towering Log House

    Wapiti, Wyoming

    Lee Smith labored over 22 years to build his five-story log structure in Wapiti Valley, then fell to his death from it in 1992. Vacant; family conducts summer tours.

  • Former World's Largest Jackalope

    Former World's Largest Jackalope

    Douglas, Wyoming

    The Jackalope is the Official Mythological Creature of Wyoming.

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