Where Art
Meets History

Visit the
Dubois Museum

Located in the scenic Upper Wind River Country the Dubois Museum boasts fine collections related to the Mountain Shoshone, Tie Hack Industry, and the historic CM Ranch.

Discover Old
West Territory

Visit the
Lander Museum

The Pioneer Museum in Lander is Wyoming’s oldest museum. Visit this year during its 100th Anniversary and become a part of the Pioneer Museum’s history.

Discover the
mystery of
the old west

Read More about
the Riverton

The Riverton Museum explores the history of the lower Wind River as it relates to Native Americans, agriculture and commerce. Located in the 100 year old Methodist Church the Riverton Museum is its own piece of Riverton history.

Come Learn
From History
With Us.

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Events Calendar

Located in Fremont County, Wyoming, our museums in Dubois, Lander, and Riverton seek to protect our cherished history and share it with generations to come. Come explore the museums or join us on one of our many programs offered.

Open Monday-Saturdays 9-5!


Children's Exploration Series
The Children’s Exploration Series, sponsored by Pit Stop/Bailey Tire & Auto Care provide children with hands-on learning experiences that focus on cultural history and our natural environment. Geology, Archaeology, Native American culture, agriculture and pioneer history are the focus of the programs that children love to participate in.
Adventure Treks
WRVC_logo_thumbThe Adventure Trek Series, sponsored by the Wind River Visitor’s Council is your opportunity to get into the country to explore, experience and walk in the footsteps of the rugged and independent people who discovered and settled the extraordinary Wind River region.
Discovery Speakers
WCB_Logo_thumbThe Discovery Speaker Series, sponsored by Wyoming Community Bank is your opportunity to have a more in depth look into where we have come from and where we may be going. A very dynamic group of topics are presented, both historic and contemporary themes explored with experts in their respective fields.
Historic Building Walking Tours
Maker Space 307 blk grey orange 150x57 pixHistoric buildings are prevalent throughout Fremont County. Dubois, Lander and Riverton all have a significant number of historic buildings that are still in use today. Enjoy the history, stories and photos associated with many prominent buildings and enjoy taking the walking tour.

Programs Schedule

The Fremont County Museums located in Dubois, Lander & Riverton offer an outstanding and diversified schedule of programs throughout the year for visitors of all ages. Take a look at the calendar of events and find the Speakers, Treks, Exploration programs and events. We are sure to have something that catches your attention and that will be both educational and entertaining.

All Events

  • “Eagle Spirit Dancers”

    This dazzling event showcases Native American History and Culture every Wednesday at 7pm from June 1...

    July 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • “Bonneville Pass Adventure Trek”

    The Dubois Museum will host the “Bonneville Pass Nature Trek” on July 30th at 8:30am.  This pro...

    July 30 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • “Eagle Spirit Dancers”

    This dazzling event showcases Native American History and Culture every Wednesday at 7pm from June 1...

    July 31 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

View the programs happening at the museum closest to you!

Programs Near Dubois

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Programs Near Lander



Programs Near Riverton



Views of the Past

The Dubois Museum, Pioneer Museum in Lander, and the Riverton Museum care for outstanding photographic collections. The photo collections are available for research and prints can be purchased by contacting the individual museums. Explore these samples of historic images that help tell the story of Wind River Country.


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Ways to Give

Annual Giving

Annual gifts of any size are always welcome. Learn more today about how you can give to any of our locations on an annual basis.

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Planned Giving

Making a planned gift is quite simple. Learn more today about how you can plan your gift to any of the Fremont County Museums.

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