Greybull, Wyoming has just over 1,800 residents. Geographically, it's about an hour east of Cody and two hours southwest of Sheridan. Most people who find themselves in Greybull stop just because it's a place in between where they're from and where they're going.

But, a quick trip around this Wyoming hidden gem proves, it's worth your time and maybe even a trip all to itself. Here's why...

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    Museum Of Flight and Ariel Fighting

    Have a lover of aviation in your family? This museum is rated as one of the best in the world for plane-lovers and still rarely gets mentioned. Side note: however, it's only open between mid-May and mid-October.

    Museum of Flight and Ariel Fighting
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    Days of '49 Festival

    You should attend the annual salute to Greybull's western heritage at least once. The second weekend in June the entire town celebrates with food, fun, rodeo, craft fairs and more.

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    Devil's Kitchen

    This colorful rock formation is just 5 miles outside of town and provides a fun recreation area for hikers, cyclists, and ATV enthusiasts. Think a smaller version of South Dakota's Badlands.

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    Red Gulch Dinosaur Track Site

    The largest dinosaur track-site in Wyoming. Step back in time and check out actual dinosaur footprints from about 167 million years ago.

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    Art Shelter Gallery and Studio

    Art lovers will admire the work in this studio. This is a good place for fellow artists to get inspired with their own creations, too!

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