The Dubois Museum collects, preserves, and interprets artifacts and other materials including those of geologic importance, beginning with Precambrian Era and extending through the end of the timber industry in the 1980’s. The focus of the collection is on the Upper Wind River Valley, Fremont County and Western Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain Region. Artifacts may be considered from other time periods and geographical areas if those in question have exceptional qualities related to the interpretation of the Upper Wind River Valley, Fremont County, Western Wyoming, and the Rocky Mountains Region.
June 26, 9-10am The Dubois Museum and the National Bighorn Sheep Center are hosting a Bailey Tire/...June 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
“Meadow Wildflowers” with Frances Clark June 27 7pm During the summer, wildflowers cover Wyoming...June 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
“Wildflower Trek” with Frances Clark June 28 8:30-3pm Enjoy a day hiking in the Upper wind River...June 28 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Dubois Walking Tour
Fremont County has a rich history. Beginning in prehistoric times, many have made this area their home - ancient peoples, American Indians, and - through Western Migration - the white man. This tour concerns itself with the settling of the Dubois area by means of its historic buildings.
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"Planning for the construction of a new museum in Dubois has come a long way in the past few years. We have come to a place where the commitment of those who are willing to financially support that construction will be the difference in how successful we actually are"
-Scott Goetz: FCMCD
How To Support
To help us reach our goal of a new museum that will allow us to better care for collections an more effectively tell our story check the box below to designate your contribution and return this section with your deductible support to:
Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center
PO Box 896
909 West Ramshorn
Dubois, WY 82513
Atten: Johanna Thompson