Dubois Museum - Wind River Historical Center

Dubois Museum - Wind River Historical Center

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Museum

About Us

The Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center is one of three museums operated by Fremont County. Located in the Upper Wind River Region, the Dubois Museum focuses on Native American history & culture, the Tie Hack Industry, Guest Ranch history and geology.

Images

Painted Elk Hide
CM Ranch collection
Geology Trek
Bomber Crash Site
School Tours
Children's Programs
Embedded Big Horn Sheep Horns
Dubois Museum Day

Events

“Kids Corner: Badlands Trek”
“Kids Corner: Badlands Trek”
  • The Dubois Museum will host “Kids Corner: Badlands Trek” as part of the Bailey Tire & Pit Stop Children’s Exploration Series June 22nd at 9am.
  • Saturday Jun 22, 2024
“Lava Mountain Geology Trek”
“Lava Mountain Geology Trek”
“Dr. Dave Love Driving Geology Trek”
“Dr. Dave Love Driving Geology Trek”
  • This tour is for those interested in the geology of the western Wind River Mountains and adjacent Wind River Basin.
  • Tuesday Jul 9, 2024
“Moon Lake Adventure Trek”
“Moon Lake Adventure Trek”
  • Join us for a day filled with hiking and learning about water quality and the effects of early settlers introducing fish to new waters.
  • Tuesday Jul 16, 2024
“Kids Corner: Butter Churning”
“Kids Corner: Butter Churning”
  • Participants will be able to enjoy and take home the butter they make. Advanced Registration is required.
  • Saturday Jul 20, 2024
“Bonneville Pass Adventure Trek”
“Bonneville Pass Adventure Trek”
  • Join Museum staff and regional expert Lynn Stewart on a hike through Bonneville Pass. Experience the breathtaking flora and fauna at high elevation.
  • Tuesday Jul 30, 2024
Annual Tie Hack Trek
Annual Tie Hack Trek
  • This year we will follow the tie hacks Union Pass to see where the tie hacks lived, flumes that brought the ties down, and a headgate.
  • Tuesday Aug 6, 2024
“Dennison Ranch Driving Trek”
“Dennison Ranch Driving Trek”
  • Join museum staff as we explore the life of Richard V. Dennison and learn about the local legend.
  • Tuesday Aug 13, 2024