The 1800s Plaza reflects the time when our area was settled. This plaza demonstrates some of the first crops that were grown in southeast Wyoming as settlers arrived. It also has common ornamental plants that were first used in the area. It includes a sculpture by David Alan Clark titled “Next Winter’s Bread”
This plaza also includes two benches produced by Cheyenne Artist, Terry Kreuzer that depict life in 1800s along with an interactive wagon wheel that describes important people/plant developments and interactions in the 1800s. This combined with quote stones from historians and people living during that century.
710 S. Lions Park Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82001
|The Greenhouse||Weekdays 8:00 – 4:30
Saturdays 11:00 – 3:30
|Closed Sundays & Holidays
(except during Glass Art Show)
|The Grounds||Always open from dawn to dusk|
Tue. – Sat. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sundays Temporarily closed
Note:Occasionally closed on Tuesdays following
national holidays that occur on Mondays.
The Botanic Garden is a division of the City of Cheyenne Parks and Recreation Department.
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