If you're a history buff, there's an interesting relic from Wyoming's past on display about 20 miles west of Cheyenne.

The "Dome on the Range" is one of the old cupolas from the Wyoming State Capitol. Originally constructed in 1917, it was later replaced and ended up near the small, unincorporated town of Granite, Wyoming.

The dome was restored by a local man who placed it next to another historic landmark, the old Granite School House, which dates back to 1892.

If you'd like to visit the unique monument to Wyoming's past, take the Harriman exit from Interstate 80 (exit 342) and look for the old dome on the south side of the road.