Quench Your Thirst Like A Cowboy At These 8 Historic Wyoming Saloons

When in Wyoming, do as the cowboys do – brand a herd of cattle, drive them to greener pastures, bust a buckin’ bronc, and then hit the local saloon for a cold one. That’s actually the condensed version of the cowboy lifestyle, but most do appreciate a familiar, comfortable place to relax at the end of a rough day. Fortunately for everyone, Wyoming has an assortment of taverns that fit the bill perfectly. In fact, many of the most popular bars are historical, dating back to the 1800s when practically all of the clientele were cowhands and ranchers. If you’re looking for the authentic experience, belly up to these 8 historic saloons in Wyoming.

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Have you quenched your thirst at any of these historic bars?

What Wyoming saloon is your favorite place to enjoy a cold one?