Cheyenne is the capital city of the state of Wyoming, in the USA. Cheyenne is also the largest city of the state and there are over sixty thousand inhabitants living in Cheyenne. Cheyenne has a very populous metropolitan area. First houses were built in Cheyenne in the 19th century.
Cheyenne Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the best season to visit Cheyenne?
A. Cheyenne is the best in March and April, if you like snow and skiing. Remember that Cheyenne lies in the cool climate zone so the winters can be long and fairly snowy. If you are not up for the snow, then visit Cheyenne in the summer when the temperatures reach about 25 degrees Celsius. Both winter and the summer is the time when the airfare ticket to fly to Cheyenne can be at its highest. If you are looking for a cheap ticket, the opt for the early autumn months.
Q. Are the any good natural parks in Cheyenne?
A. Cheyenne has amazing natural parks and they are without a need to purchase a ticket to enter. There is the Greater Cheyenne Greenway, which is the network of parks over thirty-mile long. No wonder that Cheyenne has been named the Trail Town USA thanks to its great parks and green areas.
Q. What are the historical landmarks of Cheyenne?
A. Besides the great parks, Cheyenne has also many historical sites to check out, such as the Nagle-Warren Mansion, St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral and the Big Boy Steam Engine which is on display. While an entrance ticket is required to visit most of the sites, the churches are normally ticket free in Cheyenne.