In Cody, Wyoming, Old Trail Town depicts what an old western town was like. The author uses her own photographs and an embedded video clip to take you and your students on a tour of the town. William “Buffalo Bill” Cody planned the town of Cody, and Old Trail Town is a variety of preserved buildings from that area. You will see panoramic views of the town, typical cabins, a trading post, a school house, and a livery stable. A special highlight is the actual cabin of Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and the Hole in the Wall Gang as well as artifacts from them. The Rivers Saloon is also in this town, and it was often frequented by these outlaws. There are wild mustangs in the area. Though it is unusual to see them up close, the author was fortunate enough to get close and photographs of those mustangs are included. The Old Trail Town has a small cemetery which is the final resting place for several famous mountain men such as Jeremiah Johnson and Jim White. Several slides are designated for them. The final slides show the Irma Hotel which was built by Bill Cody and is still in existence today. This presentation is easily adapted to a variety of grade levels.