Wyoming is home to iconic American landmarks like Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons. Yellowstone was the first site to be designated a national park, when Teddy Roosevelt noted the importance of preserving its grand and unspoiled landscape. In the Grand Tetons, the town of Jackson Hole welcomes visitors to take advantage of its wealth of resources for skiing, fishing, dog sledding or lounging in one of its luxurious resort hotels. Wyoming has long been identified with cowboy culture, and opportunities to delve into that rough and tumble world abound. You can wax poetic at one of Wyoming’s many Cowboy Poetry Gatherings, or fill your wardrobe with gunslinger gear by shopping for cowboy couture in Jackson. While you’re in Jackson you can stop at the National Museum of Wildlife Art to see how Wyoming’s finned, feathered and furred residents have inspired creative types to take brush to canvas. Musicians can lug their instruments to the Thursday Night Jam Session at the Occidental Saloon in Buffalo, where regulars and passers-through collaborate in a weekly hootenanny. Located in Evanston, the Wyoming State Hospital, established 1887, is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and contains architecture in the late Victorian and late 19th And 20th century revival styles.