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Casper offers plenty to see: art museums, galleries, a surprisingly active theater scene, movies, wild west exhibits and history museums, year-round sports events, and some of the best rodeo action in the world. Any time of year you will encounter unforgettable landscapes, see herds of deer and antelope or magnificent Canadian geese soaring overhead -- visual memories that will last a lifetime.

 

  • Black History Exhibit at the NHTIC

    Black History Exhibit at the NHTIC

    In celebration of Black History Month, the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center has announced that a temporary exhibit will be on display......

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  • Rare works at the Nic

    Rare works at the Nic

    Never-before exhibited works by Robert Russin are on display at the Nicolaysen Art Museum.  Russin was a sculptor, artist and University of Wyoming....

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  • Casper Troopers Exhibit

    Casper Troopers Exhibit

    Fort Caspar Museum will be celebrating sixty years of the Casper Troopers with an exhibit to run in 2017 and 2018.....

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  • Bishop Home Winter Tour Hours

    Bishop Home Winter Tour Hours

    The Historic Bishop Home, a member of the Casper Museum Consortium, is  open for Fall/Winter tours every Tuesday and Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30...

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  • Visit Independence Rock

    Visit Independence Rock

    Experience one of the great symbols of frontier spirit with a visit to Independence Rock. 

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  • Visit the Historic Trails Center

    Visit the Historic Trails Center

    You may remember your history books’ account of the harsh conditions, extreme weather and deadly terrain emigrants faced to get to the “Promised Land.”

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  • Culture at the Crossroads

    Culture at the Crossroads

    Casper has a rich frontier history, and the National Historical Trails Interpretive Center is a world-class museum and a perfect starting point for your exploration of our history. Mountain men, Native Americans, emigrants, traders, and...

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  • Explore Native American History

    Explore Native American History

    Before settlers arrived in the Casper area, Native American tribe flourished on the plaines for millennia. The earliest known inhabitants of Wyoming are the Clovis, who lived in Wyoming 12,000 years ago. The historic Indians in Wyoming...

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  • Scenic Wonders

    Scenic Wonders

    The austere beauty of landscapes in Casper and Natrona County draw visitors every year. Our famous sunsets are like no others on earth. From the Platte River Parkway, with stunning views of Casper Mountain, to the vast prairie vistas...

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