Wyoming State Museum

Description

Housed on two floors of the Barrett Building, southeast of the Capitol, this museum’s eight permanent galleries interpret Wyoming wildlife; Native American life and culture; and the stories behind everything from the state’s military and archeological sites to its trails, trains, and geology. Highlights include a wildlife diorama, the Hands-on History Room, and a life-sized cast of the dinosaur Camptosaurus—one of the state’s first dinosaur discoveries.

Address

2301 Central Ave.
Barrett Bldg.
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002

Lat/Long

41.13985900, -104.81856600

Open Hours

Mon.--Sat. 9--4:30.
Visit Website
(307) 777-7022

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