What You See In Cody Wyoming
Our trolley tour of Cody Wyoming has been called the “Best Trolley Tour in the World” by Randall Travel Marketing, an independent tourism consulting firm that has taken trolley tours all over the world.
Take our trolley tour FIRST and you’ll be exposed to the Best of Cody in just one hour.
Here are some of the things you will see and learn on our trolley tour:
- The Buffalo Bill story and his significance to Cody, Wyoming
- The story of Annie Oakley, who worked for Buffalo Bill for 17 seasons
- Cody demographics and key statistics
- The lands where Crow Indians erected their tipi villages
- DeMaris hot springs
- The oldest home still standing in Cody (1896)
- Wild mule deer (seen on about half the tours, we’ve also seen a coyote and black bear during tours)
- The cleverly-designed murder of Doc Ash that remains unsolved to this day
- The story of Cody’s 1904 bank robbery by members of the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang
- The Buffalo Bill burial mystery – is his body in Denver or Cody?
- Downtown historic district
- Riverside Cemetery, final resting place of Buffalo Bill’s daughter, Irma
- The Scout statue
- Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel
- Buffalo Bill Historical Center
- Old Trail Town
- Cody Murals
- Cody’s last remaining house of prostitution (now a child care center)
- Tecumseh’s Miniature Village – the west’s largest model railroad layout!
- Cody Rodeo Grounds
- Shoshone River Canyon
- Buffalo Bill Dam
- Travel through three tunnels bored more than 1/2 of a mile through Rattlesnake Mountain
- Buffalo Bill Reservoir
- Carter Mountain, the highest peak between Cody and Yellowstone at 12,200 feet
- Three pioneer homes ordered from a Sears catalog in 1908
- The spot where Buffalo Bill held try-outs for his world-famous Wild West show
- Actual audio clip of Buffalo Bill’s voice plus nine other entertaining clips
- Ten historic poster-sized photographs
- Dozens of laughs
- Trivia contest – winners take home a wooden nickel
- Four pass-around relics including a real buffalo horn, 2.7 billion year old rock, piece of Buffalo Bill’s childhood home and a replica six-shooter used by the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang.