As the weather may take a turn at a moments notice, it's always good to have an itinerary for a rainy day adventure while staying in Yellowstone. Set aside time at a local museum in Cody Wyoming to learn more about the history of East Yellowstone at at one of our museums.

Cody Dug Up Gun Museum

Head to the Dug Up Gun Museum to soak up the rich history of the now vintage weapons that were used in earlier times such as the Civil War, The Old West & Indian Wars, World War I and II, among many others. You'll find a vast collection of rare guns that were used in action and are from all over the world at the local museum in Cody Wyoming! Many of the antique weapons in this local exhibit come from Europe, Mexico, Canada, and all over the US.

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

There's so much to see at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West from sculptures of animals that reside in Yellowstone to a statue of Buffalo Bill and his horse! There are different galleries to venture through as well as temporary exhibits that change each year. Along with galleries, there are five various museums to roam through while you're there. The on-site museums include the Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody Firearms, Draper Natural History, Plains Indian, and the Whitney Western Art Museum. Bring the kids along as you learn about the history of Cody Wyoming while your kids play with the interactive exhibits. The tickets cover two consecutive days, which will give you the option to view the different museums in segments since you may have many things to do in Yellowstone during your stay.