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Afton, Wyoming
Culture, General, Historical Society, Nature Centers
Dairy barn
Big Horn, Wyoming
Culture, General, History, Military
The Bozeman Trail Museum is housed in a hand-hewn-log blacksmith shop built in 1879 to serve pioneers on their way to the goldfields of Montana. The collection is centered around the Cloud Peak Boulder, a stone with names and dates apparently carved by military scouts just two days before the Battle of the Little Bighorn, which was fought less than 100 mi to the north in 1876. The staff is friendly to children and there are some old pipe organs that kids are encouraged to play.
Casper, Wyoming
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Park
History and mystery beckon from atop Casper Mountain in the heart of central Wyoming. Trails wind gently among the pine and aspen while the log cabin museum provides a warm step back in time. Crimson Dawn Park and Museum welcomes you to the enchanted world of Neal Forsling's creative and inspirational legacy.
Buffalo, Wyoming
Culture, General, History, Specialized
Inside the museum, you will find a sheep wagon, representative of Johnson County's Basque people, and a military weapons display including rare guns typical of standard issue from nearby Fort Phil Kearny, whose short existence protecting the Bozeman Trail in the late 1860s lasted only two years.
Savery, Wyoming
Archaeology, Art, Cemetery, Culture, History, Historic House, Natural History
We have 11 buildings including the two story log cabin of one of the first residents in the valley; Jim Baker. Numerous other buildings; a one room school house, a large two story log "mansion", a Victorian house, other cabins and buildings with displays and exhibits.
Meeteetse, Wyoming
Culture, History, Historical Society
Our mission is to preserve the heritage of Meeteetse and its surrounding geographic area. We have on display the largest grizzley bear captured in the lower 48 states, black footed ferrets which were discovered on a local ranch after being declared extinct and the Charles Belden photography collection. We feature rotating exhibits on local history, events, people and maintain an archives for researchers studying the area.
Baggs, Wyoming
Culture, History, Historic House, Library
The "Outlaw Stop" is part of the Little Snake River Museum. We are proud to have 2 building located in Baggs on Highway 789, The Baggs Outlaw stop is a great place to enjoy a picnic or just browse the original Old Baggs Town Hall and the Mathews/Gaddis house were Butch Cassidy, Sundance and the Gang would frequently stop in to visit.
Cody, Wyoming
Culture, History, Historical Society
The flags of five countries have flown over that part of Wyoming which is now Park County—the flags of Spain, Great Britain, Mexico, France and the United States. For many years it was in Dakota Territory. With the birth of statehood in 1890, Wyoming, the 44th state, was divided into five counties running from north to south across the state.
Sheridan, Wyoming
Culture, General, History, Library
Green River, Wyoming
Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Science, Specialized
Discover the rich cultural heritage of southwestern Wyoming at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum. Established in 1967 to preserve the history of Sweetwater County, the museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits, a large historical photograph collection, and local history research material.
Pine Bluffs, Wyoming
Church, Culture, History, Historic House
The Texas Trail Museum works to preserve the heritage of Eastern Laramie County, Wyoming for future generations through displays and education.
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Children's, Culture, History, Library, Military, Natural History, Science
This gallery allows visitors to see artifacts from many eras of Wyoming's past, as well as recent donations. The focal point of Wyoming's Story is a large interactive map that highlights archaeological sites, mountain man rendezvous sites, trails, military forts, and military battles.
Laramie, Wyoming
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Park, Specialized
Casper, Wyoming
Culture, History, Library, Military, Specialized
The Wyoming Veterans' Memorial Museum is a non-typical military venue that is exclusively focused on the personal, intimate, and sensitive stories of the individuals who have participated in the military, military conflict and ancillary military services. This institution is not a warehouse for racks of weaponry and piles of gear. The museum is not micro-focused on an individual service, branch, or conflict.
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