Here you can find interesting sights in Casper, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Casper, United States.List of cities in United States Sightseeing Tours in Casper
1. Masonic Temple
The Masonic Temple in downtown Casper, Wyoming is a Masonic hall, built in 1914 during a boom time initiated by the development of the Salt Creek Oil Field. Located on a corner site, the temple remains essentially as it was designed by Casper architect Homer F. Shaffer. The four story light-colored brick building rests on a raised basement and is topped by a crenelated parapet. The original windows have been replaced with vinyl units but retain the one-over-one appearance of the originals. Windows extend over the west and south sides. The north side is blank, while the east side is the building's rear facade and has fire escapes and a few windows.
2. Midwest Oil Company Hotel
The Midwest Oil Company Hotel, at 136 East 6th Street in Casper, Wyoming, is an historic hotel building which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It has also served as the Casper Women's Club House. Originally built by the Midwest Oil Company to accommodate workers during the Casper oil boom, it was taken over by Standard Oil Company of Indiana when that company bought Midwest Oil. In the 1930s, in the waning days of oil production in Natrona County, a local women's organization bought the hotel for $8,000 and was renamed the Casper Women's Club House.
3. National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center (NHTIC) is an 11,000-square-foot (1,000 m2) interpretive center about several of the National Historic Trails and is located northwest of Casper, Wyoming on Interstate 25. It is operated through a partnership between the Bureau of Land Management, the City of Casper, and the National Historic Trails Center Foundation. The center offers interpretive programs, exhibits, multi-media presentations, and special events.
4. Odd Fellows Building
The Odd Fellow Building or Odd Fellows Building, now known as Wolcott Galleria, is a historic building in Casper, Wyoming. It was built in 1952 and designed by architect Jan Wilking of local architectural firm Goodrich & Wilking. Casper's economy was then doing well and this building, unusual for Casper, was built with an arcade of first floor shops. The Odd Fellows used the second floor, which had a double-height ballroom. There were offices on the third.
5. North Casper Clubhouse
The North Casper Clubhouse at 1032 East L Street in Casper, Wyoming is a relatively rare example of rammed earth construction in Wyoming. It was built in 1938 by the National Youth Administration, a depression-era works organization. The design was by Casper architects Goodrich and Krusmark. It served as a clubhouse.
6. Consolidated Royalty Building
The Consolidated Royalty Building, on S. Center St. in Casper, Wyoming, was built in 1917. It was designed by architects Garbutt and Weidner in Early Commercial style. It has also been known as the Con Roy Building and as the Oil Exchange Building. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
7. Casper Motor Company - Natrona Motor Company
The Casper Motor Company-Natrona Motor Company is a historic building in Casper, Wyoming which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. It eventually became the Iris Theater and then later, and currently as of 2018, The Lyric, an event venue.
8. Ewing T. Kerr Federal Building and US Courthouse
The Casper Federal Building, at 111 South Wolcott Street in Casper, Wyoming, was built in 1932. It is now known as the Ewing T. Kerr Federal Building and U. S. Courthouse. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
9. Church of Saint Anthony
The Church of Saint Anthony in Casper, Wyoming, is a Roman Catholic church. Its builting at 604 S. Center St. is a Romanesque Revival building designed by architects Garbutt, Weidner, and Sweeney and built in 1919–20.
10. Ohio Oil Company Building
The Ohio Oil Company Building, at 159 N. Wolcott St. in Casper, Wyoming, was built in 1949. Also known as the Marathon Oil Company Building, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
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