Explore Sundance, Wyoming's wild, western history with historic tours featuring live reenactments of the oft-times bawdry past of Sundance Territory!
Bring the kids and gather up your friends for a walk back through time every Tuesday and Wednesday at 6:30 pm during the summer. The 2020 season runs July 7th - August 26th.
Tours start at the Crook County Gazebo. Along the way you'll meet Sheriff Ryan, Calamity Jane, Bess Barton the Livery Stable owner, Cleo Pearl Richardsen a school teacher and of course the Sundance Kid himself. Hear stories about the western capers of Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch!
Tour costs are just $15 per adult. Included in the cost of the tour is a souvenir tin cup that you can fill with beer, wine or lemonade. The cost is $7 for kids and under 6 can attend for free. Got a family of 6 or more? $40 for y'all!
Afterwards you can explore the Crook County Museum. Tickets available at the Crook County gazebo behind the court house immediately before tours begin. If you want more information call 307-283-3666