Hot Springs State Park is the most visited state park in Wyoming and for good reason. With the natural hot springs, buffalo, hiking trails and so much more everyone has a reason to visit.
At the center of all the activities in Hot Springs State Park is the Big Spring. The turquoise and green mineral laden spring issues 3.6 million gallons of water per day at a scorching 127 degrees. The water contains at least 27 different minerals and feeds all the attractions within the park.
The Wyoming Dinosaur Center and Dig Sites provides a unique opportunity to discover the prehistoric world, from tiny Trilobites inhabiting the seas to giant Pterosaurs who ruled the skies.
The Center is a 16,000 square foot complex in the Big Horn Basin of central Wyoming. It includes a world-class museum, working dig sites and a complete modern preparation laboratory. Interpretive....
The Old West comes to life at the Hot Springs County Museum & Cultural Center located at 700 Broadway St. in Thermopolis, Wyoming! Belly up to the original bar where outlaws from the Hole-In-The-Wall gang once sat, including the infamous Butch Cassidy....
This protected site approximately 23 miles west of Thermopolis contains at least 283 different petroglyphs on 92 individual sandstone “panels.” It must be seen to be believed!
Archaeological tests have discovered that some of the ancient rock art dates back 10,000 years! The remote location of the Legend Rock Petroglyphs adds to the overall experience. Once you....
Four miles south of Thermopolis, entering the canyon, is possibly the prettiest drive in Wyoming. It forms a prime geologic territory, from the earth’s core to outer crust and offers great recreation for visitors.
Come pay us a visit in the beautiful Big Horn Basin. You can see how handcrafted bourbon is made, and, if you’re of legal drinking age, enjoy a post-tour taste of Wyoming’s whiskey.
Your tour guide will take you through the working distillery and detail the entire bourbon making process – from the milling of our locally grown grains to fermentation to distillation using our custom designed, 38-foot copper still.