Like No Other, The Wyoming State Museum
It’s known as a “one-of-a-kind”, the only one like it in the world. And once inside, there’s no doubt as just how true that is. The historic Barrett Building, just south of the State Capitol in Cheyenne, is the perfect home for the Wyoming State Museum, where the entire history of Wyoming is on display.
And I mean the complete and entire history of this great state. The Museum is more like an open, life—sized storybook. There’s gallery after gallery with displays and artifacts that take you all the way back to the dinosaur age. And every momentous era and event from that point on.
The Wild Bunch gallery is a popular spot at the Wyoming State Museum, and there’s the always well—attended Hands on History wing. That’s where viewers are allowed to literally touch and handle the artifacts.
This really is a truly unique walk through history. And if you’ve ever wondered what things were really like way back when, right here where we live, this is your place.