Come Inside

Located in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming, The Hawthorn Tree was established in 2020.

We stock over 150 different herbs, teas, and spices, and carry our own line of handcrafted bath and body products made on site.

We offer an extensive selection of books and supplies for the home herbalist to make their own custom creations and also proudly feature products and tasty treats from local artisans

Our secluded meditation space is open for drop-in meditation anytime during business hours and also provides a space for weekly guided meditation classes.

We also offer classes on personal enrichment, herbalism, and how to make your own herbal products.

Stay Awhile

We invite you to pause and sip one of our signature drinks, made in-house from our own custom blends of herbs, spices, and teas.

We only use all-natural sweeteners, no artificial flavors or syrups.

We feature a rotating selection of baked goods created right here.

Friday through Sunday from 11:00-2:00 we serve soups and salads.

A Step Back in Time

Our building is an historic treasure and was built in 1937 on the former site of the famous Cheyenne Club. In the 1930’s it was home to the Little Shop where tea was served on the mezzanine.

The building’s soaring ceilings and warm wood floors create a welcoming space to unwind and has become a community gathering place.

Our Name

In spiritual traditions, Hawthorn represents protection and love. It embodies both the joy and sorrows in life, illustrated by its beautiful, white, fragrant blossoms and very sharp thorns. Hawthorn teaches us to keep our heart open during both happy and sad times in our lives.

Our logo was inspired by a 4th century Celtic language called Ogham (OG-uhm). Among the Celtic people, trees were considered sacred. There are 20 different Ogham symbols, each representing a tree or bush. These are created using simple lines carved into wood and other materials. Our logo consists of the Hawthorn or Huath ogham with botanicals hanging off of it.

It is our wish that The Hawthorn Tree be a safe space to nurture healing and growth–in body, mind, and spirit.