Everything about the Occidental Hotel and Saloon serves as a reminder that Wyoming was, and is, truly the Wild West. Nearly every inch has been restored and preserved in history. Walk the same halls as Butch Cassidy and Calamity Jane. The bar in the saloon is the very same as the one that was installed more than 100 years ago.
The legendary Buffalo Bill himself founded this bar and hotel in 1902. The hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places; the original cherry wood bar, which was a gift to Buffalo Bill from England’s Queen Victoria, is renowned around the world.
Million Dollar Cowboy Bar
Located in downtown Jackson, this famous watering hole has hosted celebrities, presidents, royals, cowhands and more. Sit down on their famous saddle barstools and enjoy Western dancing and live entertainment.
The Wolf Hotel and Restaurant
Set in downtown Saratoga, The Wolf is a historical gem. After a long day of soaking in the hot springs, head over to the restaurant for a delicious meal or a nightcap. If you’re an avid reader of CJ Box’s Joe Picket novels, you will recognize the hotel from his stay in room 9.
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