Attractions

Gillette is easy to visit but hard to leave. We are honored to host each guest that comes through our town, so we work hard to welcome you. We’ll toast your arrival with handcrafted drinks and serve you incredible meals prepared with love by our local chefs with the freshest ingredients available. You’re in the heart of Western history, so your visit to one of our museums will make you a part of Gillette and Wright’s story. What kind of hosts would we be if we didn’t celebrate your stay with a party, like Ice Fest, Brew Fest, Donkey Creek Festival or New Year’s Eve Buck and Ball? The CAM-PLEX Multi-Events Facilities is always throwing some kind of bash, whether it’s a rodeo, live music or a Broadway play, and downtown Gillette Main Street routinely hosts festivals, tastings, street dances and other small-town Americana gatherings. Whether we’re your final destination or a stop along the way, we can’t wait to meet you.

Coal Mine Tours

Take a tour of one of the world’s largest surface coal mines then see how the land is restored. May 31st through September.

Bison Ranch Tours

Get up close (safely) to a bison herd at Durham Ranch. June through early Fall.

Historic Downtown Tours

Learn about the city’s chronicles of gunslinging cowboys while experiencing the charm of a quaint, lively downtown.

Guided Tours

More into moving at your own pace? Check out these self-guided tours your whole family will enjoy.

Devils Tower

Experience the first National Monument – a place of great power & spirit – just 64 miles from Gillette.

Food & Spirits

Experience the flavor of Gillette with high-quality ingredients prepared by local culinary and craft spirits artists.

Museums

Discover our area’s rich history at three unique museums – Rockpile History Museum, Frontier Auto Museum and Wright Centennial Museum.