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Aladdin is a city in Northeast Wyoming, United States.


Aladdin is a tiny town with a population of 15 at an elevation of 3,740 ft (1,140 m).

The town was founded in 1896. In 1901, the now defunct Wyoming and Missouri Valley Railroad reached Aladdin, transporting the lumber, coal, and cattle that formed the economic base of the community. The railroad ceased operation in 1927.

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It is possible to walk or bike within the town, but a motorized vehicle is needed to get to and from Aladdin.


  • Aladdin General Store and Muesum. Winter: M-Sa: 8AM-6PM, Su: 10AM-5PM; Summer: M-Sa: 8AM-7PM, Su: 9AM-6PM. The General Store is the largest structure in Aladdin and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


  • Coal Tipple. This historic mining structure is about 1 mile from the General Store and features a self-guided interpretive walk around the site.





Bed & Breakfast[edit]

  • The Bunkhouse Bed & Breakfast A Country Experience, 189 State Hwy. 111 (about 3.5 miles {5.6 km} south of the General Store), +1 307 283-3542, . 3 rooms. Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Internet Connection Dial-Up, Non-smoking Rooms, Refrigerator, VCR Available, Free Local Calls, Alarm Clock, Iron/Ironing Board. Children Allowed, Meeting Facilities, Parking, Picnic Area, 24-Hour Security, Free Full Breakfast. $50-100.


  • [dead link] Aladdin Motel and Cafe, 4005 Hwy 24 (6 miles {9 km} east of the General Store), +1 307 896-2100, fax: +1 307 896-6432, . 14 rooms. Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, DVD Available, Hair Dryer, In-Room Movies, Limited Kitchen, Microwave, Non-smoking Rooms, Private Baths, Refrigerator, VCR Available, Free Local Calls, Alarm Clock, Movies Free, Internet Connection Wireless. Pets OK. $55-135.


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