Top things to do in Cody

Top Choice Museum in Cody

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Do not miss Wyoming's most impressive (constructed) attraction. This sprawling complex of five museums showcases everything Western: from the spectacle of Buffalo Bill's world-famous Wild West shows and galleries fe…
Top Choice Modern American in Cody

The Local

When Cody's cowboy cuisine starts to weigh on your arteries, find the antidote in the Local's fresh, organic and locally sourced dishes. Think tempeh and avocado wrap for lunch, or grilled scallops and saffron risot…
Steak in Cody

Cassie’s Western Saloon

This classic roadhouse and former house of ill repute hosts heavy swilling, swingin’ country-and-western music and the occasional bar fight. Strap on the feedbag at the attached supper club and tackle tender steaks …
Dam in Cody

Buffalo Bill Dam

Relatively small by today's standards, in 1910 this was the highest dam in the world – a landmark achieved only after epic battles with incompetent contractors, unprecedented flooding and Wyoming's first labor strik…
Sports & Outdoors in Cody

Sunlight Sports

Cody’s most comprehensive gear shop sells standard outdoor equipment including topo maps and bear spray. It offers camping equipment rentals including tents, sleeping bags and backpacks, and staff are excited to sha…
Pub Food in Cody

Pat O'Hara Brewing Company

Cody's friendliest brewery has 15 local beers on tap and serves up a range of Irish fare, including shepherd's pie and bangers, around a horseshoe bar alive with conversation. Take yourself on a sudsy journey with a…
Spectator Sport in Cody

Cody Nite Rodeo

Experience a quintessential small-town rodeo at this summer-night Cody tradition. Note that animal welfare groups often criticize rodeo events as being harmful to animals; make your own decision accordingly.
Sandwiches in Cody

Rocky Mountain MoJoe

Excellent coffee, creative sandwiches and massive cinnamon rolls.
Historic Site in Cody

Heart Mountain Relocation Center

Following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, more than 110,000 Japanese-Americans were interned in 10 camps across the US. Taking only what they could carry, around 11,000 Japanese-Americans relocated from West C…
Park in Cody

Buffalo Bill State Park

This scenic state park, 6 miles west of Cody, centers on the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and Dam, unveiled in 1910 as the world’s highest dam to provide the irrigation for expanding Cody. The reservoir is a hot spot for …