Wolf packs stalk bison herds in the green depths of the Lamar Valley. Massive grizzly bears swat fish out of pristine streams. Rings of shocking orange and yellow spread from the brilliant blue-green waters of the Grand Prismatic Spring. An immense chunk of Rocky Mountain wilderness, Yellowstone is the undeniable highlight of any visit to Wyoming. But there’s more to the state beyond the park’s boundaries, including Wild West towns, windswept prairie plains, remnants of the Oregon Trail, and Grand Teton National Park, which is arguably as impressive as its better-known sibling.
Our specialists have explored the state thoroughly, from the farthest reaches of Yellowstone’s backcountry to the celebrity-studded streets of Jackson. We can arrange your visit to Wyoming around your interests, whether that’s a chance to glimpse some of Yellowstone’s wolves or exploring the Old West ghost town of Kirwin.
You might search for grizzly bears with a wilderness guide or take a safari tour with an expert photographer. Climb onto a raft to float down the Yellowstone River or watch the sun come up over the mountains. You can also delve into the complicated history of the American West at the Buffalo Bill Center.
Places to visit in Wyoming
Featuring heavily on our experiences of visiting Wyoming, these selected places are destinations that also prove consistently popular with our travelers. Our specialists can help you choose how to include them in your wider trip, based on your preferences.
Map of Wyoming
Places & hotels on the map
Places in and around Wyoming
- Cody Wyoming
- Jackson - Grand Teton National Park Wyoming
- Sheridan Wyoming
- Teton Village - Grand Teton National Park Wyoming
- Yellowstone National Park Wyoming
- Custer 320 kilometers away
- Billings 321 kilometers away
- Estes Park 333 kilometers away
- Deadwood 333 kilometers away
- Keystone 338 kilometers away
- Rapid City 358 kilometers away
- Vail 386 kilometers away
- Denver 417 kilometers away
- Aspen 427 kilometers away
- Salt Lake City 448 kilometers away
- Grand Junction 450 kilometers away
- Colorado 455 kilometers away
- Montana 459 kilometers away
Photos of Wyoming
Accommodation choices for Wyoming
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Wyoming. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.
Conveniently situated within walking distance of the Cody Rodeo Grounds, Shoshone River and Old Trail Town, the Cody provides an ideal base from which to explore Buffalo Bill country.
A warm welcome, personal service and relaxed atmosphere await at this characterful B&B set in a large Victorian home. The spacious rooms combine period charm with modern conveniences and offer a comfortable home from home.
A clean and comfortable hotel, just a two minute walk from the Old Faithful geyser, the Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Cabins is ideal for those wanting to stay as close as they can to Yellowstone's famous geological phenomenon.
The Holiday Inn Sheridan is the perfect choice for your stay in this atmospheric Western town. The hotel offers three restaurants, lovely views of the Bighorn Mountains, an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool and a putting green.
Explorer Cabins offer 50 accommodation units in West Yellowstone, on the edge of the western gate of Yellowstone National Park and close to the IMAX theater.
Lake Lodge offers cabin-style accommodation and cafeteria-style dining in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.
In the heart of Teton Village, less than a mile from Grand Teton National Park, Hotel Terra combines contemporary style, refined sophistication and eco-friendly sustainability.
A ten minute walk from Town Square, Rustic Inn at Jackson Hole is located in a peaceful creekside area of Jackson. Stay in a Deluxe guestroom or your very own private cabin on the creek.
Located on the East Gros Ventre Butte above the town of Jackson, the Amangani serves as a ski resort in the winter and is an ideal base for hiking and fishing in the warmer months.
At the half way point between the town of Jackson and Yellowstone National Park, the Signal Mountain Lodge occupies a prime position in the heart of Grand Teton National Park.