A look at the Indian Village at Cheyenne Frontier Days.
The outside of the Outlaw Saloon in Cheyenne. Due to the dark lighting, the point and shoot camera utilized by the 9NEWS.com team was not sufficient to capture publishable photos, so this sunlit exterior shot of a Coors Light sign is what you get.
The tree-lined area around the Wyoming State Capitol building is worth a visit.
The Albany Bar is across from the Depot and is a restaurant, bar and liquormart (there are a few of those in Cheyenne). It serves lunch and dinner.
The Cheyenne State Capitol is under renovation.
Frontier Days was a couple of days away when we were in Cheyenne, but horses had already arrived.
The cool thing about Cheyenne is the unexpected ... like this treehouse in the park near the Botanic Gardens.
Frontier Park is where Cheyenne Frontier Days happens.
The inside of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.
This is the only palm tree in Wyoming ... shockingly.
Another view of the only palm tree in Wyoming. Yes, there are multiple photos. DEAL WITH IT.
The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens cultivates the flowers that go in city planters.
Some of the art at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.
Some of the flowers that will go in the city of Cheyenne's flower beds.
The main street of Cheyenne, Wyoming with decorations for Frontier Days.
A look at the wide streets of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The Wrangler Store and a trolley in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The outside of the Albany in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Officer Kevin Malatesta is the guy behind the Cheyenne Police Department Facebook page, which a 9NEWS digital producer has been stalking for a while.
The Cheyenne Gunslingers have nightly shootouts.
The Cheyenne Depot honors the city's railroad heritage.
Cheyenne, Wyoming isn't just cowboys. But, here's a cowboy statue.
You can ride the horse-drawn carriage for free in Cheyenne, Wyoming!
A look at the ornate architecture of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
A sign for Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Daddy of 'Em All.
More of the old architecture in Cheyenne.
The Wrangler store in downtown Cheyenne ... which is not just cowboys, but there is this.
Cheyenne gets decked out for Frontier Days.
The new patio at the Paramount in Cheyenne.
The sign from the original Paramount theater has been repurposed as a table in the cafe's new garden.
A look at the mural behind the Paramount in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Another look at the redone Paramount sign.
The bar at the Paramount Ballroom, a cocktail bar in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The old sign from the Paramount theater was repurposed as a table.
"Fist of Fear, Touch of Death" was the last film to play at the Paramount before it burned down.
The inside of the co-working space at the Paramount.
The floor-level urinal on the second floor of the Paramount.
An interior look at the old elevator inside the Paramount.
Jon Jelinek and his wife, Renee, say they like "cool places" -- and they want to bring more of them to Cheyenne. Their brainchild is the Paramount, a coffee shop/cocktail bar in an old theater.
This is the oldest elevator west of the Missippi, according to Jon Jelinek. Cleaning it involves crawling on top of it and greasing the chute.
Cheyenne's Downtown Development Authority has emphasized public art to make the city's alleyways more inviting.
Cheyenne has preserved quite a bit of its heritage, while adding new businesses like a distillery.
The inside of the Cheyenne Depot has ornate architecture.
Accomplice Beer Company is in the Cheyenne Depot right in the heart of the city.