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Indulge that old-time fantasy & play dress-up at Emma’s studio.

The Capitol Saloon was one of Harry P. Hynds’ first ventures when he came to Cheyenne.  In the late 1880s, the 3-story brick building stood a block west of today’s Hynds Building, where the parking garage stands now.  It was an elegant saloon, with a full-sized boxing ring in the back.  The second floor housed the gambling hall, and Harry Hynds ran what was considered to be the straightest gambling house in the west.  Proper ladies did not speak of the activities on the third floor.


  • The Tivoli Speakeasy

  • The Pink Pony Saloon

  • The Inter Ocean Victorian Parlor

  • The American National Bank Vault

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