Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wyoming State Museum


  Dinosaurs, Native Americans, pioneers, wildlife, National Parks, the Capitol, and mining are all covered in this small museum. Nothing is explored in depth and the layout which follows a timeline through each decade of the state’s history is confusing.



  Everything is accessible.

The museum lot is large enough for vans and short RVs. Larger vehicles may be parked on the street in front of the museum.

The Capitol building is a block away. Tours are free but it is undergoing renovation and closed to the public so we did not visit it.


 Museum  41.13999, -104.818  Capitol  41.13999, -104.82004


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