Sundance, Wyoming is a wonderful place to visit and its surrounded by the best outdoor recreational opportunities too. Here's our list of 5 of the best things to explore while visiting Sundance, Wyoming! Download the Explore Devils Tower County Map HERE
Crook County Museum
During your stay in Sundance, don't miss the Crook County Museum. Open year round, the museum is housed in a beautiful, newly renovated, building built in 1923. Musuem is currently closed but plans to reopen in August, please call them for the most up-t0-date information.
Learn about Wyoming's outlaw, prehistoric and homesteader-era past, find local art, and much more! This history of Crook County is depicted in the many dioramas and exhibits, and over 7000 artifacts. View the original court room where the Sundance Kid had his trial, and view the phenomenal gun exhibit. Listen for the sounds of stampeding buffalo hooves as you look at the Vore Buffalo Jump diorama. Go on an adventure of a lifetime with Custer and so much more!
For Business hours call 307-283-3666
Vore Buffalo Jump
Tour this unique window into the region's Native American history. The Vore Site will be open from July 1 through August 6, open 9 am to 5 pm. Guided tours of the excavation building in the sinkhole will be offered. A donation is requested. To protect our employees and visitors, visitors will be required to wear a mask when visiting the site.
Tour the Vore Buffalo Jump Archaeological Site, which provides a unique window into the region’s Native American history. Native Americans used the Vore Site sinkhole as a bison trap from about 1550 to 1800.
Devils Tower National Monument
The first national monument is just a short, scenic drive away! Hike around the base on the paved walking path and watch climber scale the Tower.
Get your family out of the vehicle to enjoy the natural beauty that lies all around us. Whether you enjoy fishing, hunting, hiking, or off-road adventures, get out and EXPLORE Sundance, WY.
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Year round, take a self-guided walking tour of the town and meet the Sundance Kid. In July and August, enjoy a guided stroll into the past of the Sundance Territory and meet historical figures and notorious outlaws on the Sip and Walk. Fun for the entire family, it includes a souvenir tin cup.