The Western Wyoming Community College campus provides visitors with exceptional learning opportunities without having to set foot in a classroom. The hallways and surrounding facilities offer a look into the past and a chance to experience wonders from around the world. WWCC is a great place to get a glimpse of Southwest Wyoming’s history, observe majestic creatures and ponder ancient cultures. Information for self-guided tours is available at the front desk or a guided tour can be arranged by calling (307)-382-1600 Western Wyoming Community College is home to five life sized dinosaur displays, They are the largest easily accessible collection of dinosaurs along I-80 from Chicago to San Francisco. In-order to bring Wyoming dinosaurs back to Wyoming, a fund raising project began in 1989 to collect and display specimens native to Wyoming from throughout the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods of the Mesozoic Era. The dinosaurs on display are: Camptosaurus - near the bookstore which was originally found in the fossil dinosaur beds at Como Bluff, east of Rawlins Wyoming in 1879. The giant Plesiosaur - which lines the hall way leading to Mitchell's Dining Hall. Stegosaurus -is one of the first dinosaurs found in Wyoming in 1878 at Como Bluff east of Rawlins. Triceratops - was discovered in eastern Wyoming near Lance Creek in 1889. The mighty Tyrannosaurus - watches over the diners at the T-Rex Grill. All the dinosaur displays are free and open to the public whenever the college is open.