No need to commit a crime to do time at the territorial prison. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, explore this 1872 imposing stone structure that held “evil doers of all classes and kinds.” Built as a federal prison (1872-1890), it later became Wyoming’s state penitentiary (1890-1903). During these years, 1,063 malicious convicts walked through the iron doors and occupied the cells.
WE ARE OPEN!
Hours: Mon-Sun 8am-7pm Open Memorial, Independence & Labor Day * Last ticket sold at 6:00pm
Group Tours begin May 9, 2016
Thursday – Monday 11am and 2pm
Easy To Find Us! Located just off Interstate 80 at exit 311.
975 Snowy Range Road Laramie, WY 82070 (307) 745-3733
Bad Boys Behind Bars!
Supported by the Wyoming Territorial Prison Historic Association and Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources