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Cody, Wyoming, is a well-known Western landmark. Its historic sites, such as the Old Trail Town, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, and Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, are some of the more popular attractions found in the city. Other popular visitor destinations include the Museum of the Plains Indian, the Draper National History Museum, Cody Cowboy Village and many more.
Most travelers will reach Cody via the nearby Yellowstone Regional Airport (WYS). Just outside the city, you will find a host of lodging accommodations. The area is also adjacent to the McCullough Peaks Herd Management Area, where travelers can stop to witness one of the state's famous herds of wild horses. You’ll be able to make your way into the city using buses, taxis or renting a vehicle.
Cody took its name from the famous Western explorer and show man, "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Visitors can expect the climate of Cody to feature short, warm summers and longer winters. Guests to the area generally prefer the spring and summer seasons, although skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts are more than happy to bear the rigors of the long winter season. Cody is also known as a mecca of Western cuisine, music and culture. The town also serves as the gateway to Yellowstone National Park, where you’ll be able to explore the expanse of nature.
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