Every state has its own weird attractions and Wyoming is no exception. Weird things tend to be very intriguing. Here are some of Wyoming’s weirdest places and things that you need to check out.
1. Sanford's Grub & Pub
Sanford's Grub & Pub creates an interesting setting outside the restaurant to attract customers. This unique restaurant is located at 61 SE Wyoming Blvd. in Casper.
2. Tree In The Rock
This Limber Pine appears to be growing right out of the granite boulder. This interesting tree is located along Interstate 80 in Buford.
3. Big Boy Statue
This Big Boy Statue mysteriously appeared in this field out in the middle of nowhere in Wyoming. You can see it along N. Fork Highway in Wapiti.
4. Two-Headed Calf
You can see a two-headed calf at the Red Onion Museum which is located at 609 Pine Street in Upton.
5. Safari Club Lounge
Hang out with the not-so-local trophies found at the Safari Club Lounge. These trophies came from Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Alaska. The lounge is in the Days Inn located at 115 E. Park in Thermopolis.
6. World's Largest Jackalope
You have to check out at least one Jackalope while in Wyoming. This one is located at the Railroad Museum in Douglas located at 121 Brownfield Road.
7. Two-Story Outhouse
This double outhouse is located at the Grand Encampment Museum, 807 Barnett Avenue, Encampment.
8. Light Up Life-Size T-Rex
This 15' bronze T-Rex draws a lot of attraction outside the Tate Geological Museum. One side is skeletal, the other side is covered with skin, and the inside lights up with LED lights. This life-size dino is located on Josendal Road in Casper.
9. Giant Head Of Abraham Lincoln
Abe Lincoln is keeping an eye out for Wyoming. This giant head is located along I-80 in Laramie.
Be sure to visit the smallest town in America. Buford has a population of 1.
11. Fossil Cabin
This unique building is made out of 5,796 dinosaur bones. It is located along the Old Lincoln Highway and U.S. Route 30 near Medicine Bow.
12. Antler Arch
It's not every day that you run into an arch made out of antlers. This antler arch is located in Jackson.