We always recommend taking a Cody Trolley Tour first! It’s the best way to learn all of the great things to do and see while visiting Cody, Wyoming.

Each 60-minute, multi-media performance is choreographed to the sites and sounds that pass by your window. Two energetic guides portray the historic Old West while spotlighting Cody Country’s best “new west” attractions. Enjoy poster-sized historical photos, pass-around relics, humorous and historical audio clips and witty narration. A Cody Trolley Tour is not only great entertainment, it’s the best and fastest way to gain an overview of everything our town has to offer. If you are looking for things to do in Cody, Wyoming – make the trolley your first stop.

Founded in 1895 by Buffalo Bill Cody, our town is one of the few true western towns left in America. A destination in itself, Cody is located in northwest Wyoming, just 52 miles from the east gate of Yellowstone National Park. With a population of 9,000, Cody, Wyoming is small enough to retain that rustic western flavor, yet large enough to provide all your travel and vacation needs.