Even with an elevation of 7165, Laramie is nestled among scenic vistas that surround the area.
Laramie, established as a railroad town, stands astride a pair of the nation's most significant transcontinental arteries, Interstate 80 and the Union Pacific's main line. Originally a railroad town, the discovery of gold in the Snowy Range began a transformation. In 1886 the legislature presented Laramie with a gift that would eventually turn this cow town into a college town with the state's only four year institution of higher education. The University of Wyoming was opened in 1887, four years before Wyoming became a state.
Laramie has a sense of diversity and cultural sophistication associated with a university town, with a mix of outstanding recreational opportunities and outdoor adventures, a colorful history, culture and art not often found in small town America.
1465 N. 4th Street
Laramie, WY 82072
307.745.0400 - P
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