Arts & Entertainment
Come celebrate the Spirit of the American West, the place that Buffalo Bill called home. See history come to life on summer nights as the Cody Gunfighters reenact a shootout in front of the historic Irma Hotel or saddle up for some traditional Western entertainment at The Cody Cattle Company or Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue.
Big Horn Galleries
Big Horn Galleries has two locations: Cody, Wyoming and Tubac, Arizona. The gallery was established in 1982 in Cody, Buffalo Bill’s town in the Rockies, and is located downtown across the street from the historic Irma Hotel. Because of the western history, natural beauty and abundance of wildlife, many artists are drawn to the area. The gallery represents many well-known artists from Cody as well as other areas of the country and world. They offer a wide variety of subjects, style, media and price in paintings and sculpture by living and deceased artists as well as fine jewelry and original graphics. They also have an excellent full service frame shop.
Cody - In Town | (307) 527-7587 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale
The Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale is a fine art sale with a western theme, offering works relating to the land, people and wildlife of the American West. Artists offer a broad range of stylistic interpretations of The West, in oil painting, watercolor, pastel, sculpture, ceramic and mixed media. All works are original art. The art exhibition, housed in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s John Bunker Sands Photography Gallery, is free for public viewing each September. Main events include the Friday evening auction and the Saturday morning Quick Draw.
Cody - In Town | (307) 587-2777 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Spectacular the Musical
See the Legend of Buffalo Bill Cody; the WORLDS greatest showman to ever live and our towns namesake, come to life in this award winning original live musical at the historic Cody Theatre in downtown Cody. Whether you are a young buckaroo or an old timer, a local or someone “not from around these here parts”; you will be entertained by action, romance, humor, perils, fights, toe tappn’, hoots & hollers, and of course acting, singing, and dancing. You’ll also meet the likes of Annie Oakley, Frank Butler, “Wild Bill” Hickok, and other historical characters from the Wild West as Buffalo Bill Cody retells the story of his world famous Wild West Show. Performances are Wednesday-Thursday; June 26-August 3 at 8:00; Matinee ONLY Wednesday, July 3 at 2:00 and NO SHOW July 4. Purchase tickets in advance at the Cody Trolley ticket booth, online at www.rockymountaindancetheatre.tix.com, or at the door. Kids 5 and under FREE. Concessions are available for purchase.
Downtown Cody Theatre | (307) 527-9973 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Cody Country Art League
Non-profit art gallery featuring art work and fine crafts of regional artists and artisans. Original art, pottery, photography, wood, mosaics and jewelry with shows monthly. Representing over 135 artisits. Summer: Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm Winter: Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5pm Free admission.
Cody - In Town | (307) 587-3597 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Cody Firearms Experience
Shoot the guns that won the west! From flintlock to full-auto. Instructor led experience covering history, safety and live fire. Over 50 firearms. Indoor range, kids arcade and wildlife exhibit. Discounts for military and seniors. Open daily during the summer 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. October to April – Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m to 8 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Cody - In Town | (307) 586-4287 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Concerts In The Park – FREE
Enjoy a variety of musical talent at the City Park bandshell on the corner of 9th and Beck Streets weekly on Thursdays through July and August. July through August: Every Thursday at 6:30pm Free admission.
Cody - In Town | (307) 587-0400 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue
June – September. Great entertainment for the whole family! For 15 years, Dan, Wendy and Hannah have provided the best Western music experience in Cody. 160,000 guests have made this show a must-see stop during their visit to Cody, Wyoming! Monday-Saturday nights at 8 p.m. in the heart of downtown.
Cody - In Town | (307) 899-2799 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Famous & Infamous Women of the West: The Cody Monologues
Get to know some of the more colorful women of Cody in this award-winning, one-act play that features an eccentric artist, a controversial author, a scandalous “Lady Doc,” a “Lady of the Evening” and more! Each historical character will entertain you with their remarkable life story in our intimate theatre space. Come see the play that has been called “Fun, funny and engaging!” Written by local playwright, Bethany Sandvik, these Infamous Women are sure to delight theatre and history lovers of all ages! Join us each Thursday after the show for a post-show discussion with authors, artists and historians! (Free with admission! Sponsored by the Wyoming Humanities Council) Tickets $12/$15 available at: www.codymonologues.com Call: 307-527-7398 for more information Dates/Times Thursday, July 11 @ 7 pm (post show talk-back with the Cody HS class of ’49) Friday, July 12 @ 7 pm Saturday, July 13 @ 7 pm Sunday, July 14 @ 2 pm Thursday, July 18 @ 7 pm (post show talk-back “The History of Rodeo in Cody” with Paul Fees) Friday, July 19 @ 7 pm Thursday, July 25 @ 7 pm (post show talk back with Ashley Hlebinsky, Curator of the Cody Firearms Museum ) Friday, July 26 @ 7 pm Saturday, July 27 @ 7pm Sunday, July 28 @ 2 pm Thursday, August 8 @ 7 pm (post show talk back with Heart Mountain WWII Confinement Site Speaker) Friday, August 9 @ 7 pm Saturday, August 10 @ 7 pm Sunday, August 11 @ 2 pm Friday, August 16 @ 7 pm Saturday, August 17 @ 7 pm
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You haven’t tasted chocolate until it’s been made by a Wrangler-wearing, belt buckle-boasting, hat-tipping cowboy! Try his mouth-watering truffles, treats, cakes and desserts. Tuesday through Saturday 10am to 5pm Sunday 11am to 5pm
Meeteetse | (307) 868-2567 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Mountain Valley Artistry
Jim Marsico is a full time artist and sculptor. Since 1976, he has owned and operated his studio and gallery in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and Yellowstone National Park. Marsico has been honored with several fine art awards and his sculptures have been shipped worldwide. In addition, museums, including the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C, display some of his work.
Cody - Out of Town | (307) 587-9443 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Plains Indian Museum Powwow
The Plains Indian Powwow takes place in Cody each June. Visitors from around the world are drawn to the vibrant colors and the rhythmic beating drums of the Indian pow wow. A “pow wow”, meaning medicine man, showcases traditional costumes, dances and singers. Authentic Indian jewelry, beadwork, quillwork, clothing, basketry, pottery, paintings, sculpture and more are available for purchase as well as fry bread and Indian tacos.
Cody - In Town | (307) 587-4771 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
R&K Super Bowl
Ten pin bowling alley, pool table, arcade games and snack bar. Fun for the whole family!
Cody - In Town | (307) 587-5310View Details
Simpson Gallagher Gallery
A fine art gallery featuring some of America’s leading representational artists, the Simpson Gallagher Gallery welcomes art collectors and those who are simply interested in art. The gallery’s represented mediums include oil, bronze, etching, pastel, and watercolor. Many of the country’s most celebrated artists are found here, including works by Clyde Aspevig, T. Allen Lawson, Leon Loughridge, Grant Redden, Skip Whitcomb, Geoff Parker, Matt Smith and dozens more. Special artist receptions are periodically held, and samples of the gallery’s works are available online. Simpson Gallagher Gallery is located on Sheridan Avenue across from the Irma Hotel.
Cody - In Town | (307) 587-4022 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details