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“See the old west as it really was!”
This place is on private property. Listing for informational purposes only. Please do not visit without express permission from the land owner. Old Trail Town is a collection of historic western buildings and artifacts, dating from 1879—1901, located off the Yellowstone Highway in the resort city of Cody, the seat of Park County in northwestern Wyoming. Much of the collection was derived from within 150 miles of Cody, the town that Buffalo Bill and his associates surveyed and established in 1895.
This is a great piece of Cody history. We enjoyed ourselves exploring the cabins and reading about the people that lived 100s of years ago. The memorabilia that has been donated is so cool. It... Read more
We didn't go in we this place is very overpriced and dogs are not allowed plus you can kinda see it from standing out side the fence . Also in Las Vegas the city has an old town like this for free. Read more
A great outdoor museum! Amazing history here! The cashier/staff was amazing and gave us a clear description of what we will see. And bathrooms available on site. $10 per person and they take... Read more
Old Trail Town
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