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Wyoming is a state in the US and its capital is Cheyenne. A hotbed of the Wild West of bygone eras, the state is a hotbed of contrasting natural beauty, cowboy culture, tribal background, rodeos and miles of wilderness areas. Some stellar highlights here include the world-famous geothermal park (the Yellowstone National Park), one of the world’s most pristine temperate zones (Grand Teton National Park) that together an extensive spectrum of regional flora and fauna. Other attractions in Wyoming include hot springs, museums, historical monuments, architectural marvels and a host of outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, climbing, fishing, and skiing.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park (in Idaho) is Wyoming’s most famous postcard and perhaps the world’s first national park. It was established on 1 March 1872 and has ever since been a hallmark for its extensive freshwater lakes and waterfalls, diverse ecosystems, extensive wildlife and remarkable geothermal features. You would also appreciate this park for its dramatic scenery and a recreation activates like hiking, camping, boating and fishing.
Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming is named for the tallest mountain in the Teton Range called the Grand Teton. The park flaunts an almost unspoilt natural ecosystem that contains nearly the same species of flora and fauna existing since the prehistoric times. Quantitatively put, this amounts to more than 1000 species of vascular plants, more than a dozen species mammals and fish each, 300 species of birds, and a few species of reptiles and amphibians. The park would then top your amazement with some of its rocks that are known to be nearly 2.7 billion years old.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is home to a remarkable collection of more than 5000 artworks from around the world representing the history of wildlife in art dating back to 2500 BC. Its permanent collection prominently features works by noted artists such like Andy Warhol, Robert Kuhn and John James Audubon. The museum is scenically situated into a hillside overlooking the National Elk Refuge, and also flaunts a museum shop, an interactive children’s gallery, and an outdoor sculpture trail.