- TripBuzz found 5 things to do indoors in the Thermopolis area. From Flying Eagle Gallery to Hot Springs Historical Museum, Thermopolis offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 4 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 7 different types of things to do inside in or near Thermopolis, Wyoming. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Art Gallery, Natural History Museums and Cultural Centers.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Thermopolis, and 0 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles.
At the Hot Springs Historical Museum, visitors can amble down a recreated stimulated frontier town filled with Thermopolis region antiques and artifacts, period costumes, and displays of furs. The museum also has the bar from the Hole-in-the-Wall Saloon where Billy Cassidy and the Sundance Kid planned robberies…
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700 Broadway Street, Thermopolis, WY 82443 MoreLess Info
Hot Springs County Museum & Cultural Center has many historical items from the area dating back to the 1800s, especially from the Old West era. Examples of exhibits include a general store, blacksmith, and a saloon bar.
The Hot Springs County Museum and Cultural Center has two floors of exhibits and five structures on the grounds to help preserve artifacts of everyday Wyoming life from the 1880's to 1930's and show the history of the region's settlers.
Visitors to the Wyoming Dinosaur Museum can see many dinosaur bones in chronological order, as well as visit a dig site where Allosaurus dinosaurs once fed. Visitors can dig for their own bones, and visit a gift shop.
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10269 Hwy 789, Riverton, WY 82501 MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Wind River Casino can gamble at 750 slot machines and 10 table games. They can also eat in two 24 hour restaurants, shop in two gift shops, and stay in the attached hotel.
Cowboy Bar is the site where Butch Cassidy was arrested for stealing a horse, and the only time Cassidy spent any time in jail. Visitors can eat ribs, steaks, pizza, hamburgers, patty melts, and chicken sandwiches there along with having a drink.
Former rodeo cowboy Tim Kellogg started Meeteese Chocolatier as a way to raise money to buy a new saddle. What started as a short term proposition turned into a chocolate shop using organic products selling champagne, peanut butter, Grand Marnier, sage, huckleberry and beer truffles, chocolate covered pretzels.