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Southeast Wyoming is a region of one of the United States of America.
- 1 Baggs
- 2 Centennial
- 3 Cheyenne
- 4 Dixon
- 5 Elk Mountain
- 6 Encampment
- 7 Laramie
- 8 Medicine Bow
- 9 Pine Bluffs
- 10 Rawlins
- 11 Saratoga
- 12 Savery
Byways & Backways
- Seminoe to Alcova Scenic Backway - Paved and gravel roads between Sinclair on I-80 and Alcova on Wyoming Highway 220.
- Snowy Range Scenic Byway - A 41-mile paved highway from the old mining town of Centennial, over the rugged Snowy Range to the North Platte River Valley.
Museums & Cultural Destinations
- American Heritage Center. Laramie - The University of Wyoming's manuscript repository, rare book library and university archives. One of the largest special collections repositories in the nation. Internationally known for its research collections on Wyoming and the American West.
- Cheyenne Depot National Historic Landmark. Cheyenne - The museum describes the establishment of Cheyenne and the history of this beautifully restored building. Built in 1886–1887, the Union Pacific Depot is the last of the grand 19th-century depots remaining on the Transcontinental Railroad.
- Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum. Cheyenne - One of the nation's largest collections of historic horse-drawn vehicles and the region's most celebrated Western art exhibitions.
- Wyoming State Museum. Cheyenne - The only museum dedicated to the entire history of Wyoming. Permanent exhibits include artifacts that tell Wyoming's history, regional wildlife, coal mining, dinosaurs, Native Americans in Wyoming, pioneers and the USS Wyoming.
- Laramie Plains Museum at the Historic Ivinson Mansion. Laramie - Restored 1892 historic house museum.
- Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum. Rawlins - The Old Wyoming State Penitentiary, in use from 1901–81, offers guided tours through cell blocks, the cafeteria, the grounds and the Death House.