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Governor's Mansion

    During the early days of Wyoming’s statehood, Cheyenne’s affluent cattle barons built a series of mansions as a testament to their wealth and success; houses that might be referred to as “trophy homes,” today. In 1904, 14 years after achieving statehood in 1890, Wyoming built its first governor’s mansion, a modest house compared to the pretentious dwellings built in… Read More

    Laramie Plains

      The Laramie Plains Museum, located in a restored 1892 mansion, contains period furniture and exhibits depicting local pioneer life. Read More

      Trail End

        Once a private home belonging to Wyoming cattle baron, Governor and U. S. Senator John B. Kendrick, the Trail End State Historic Site now contains a fully furnished historic house museum, a community theater and several acres of groomed grounds and gardens. Read More