Riverton Museum

Riverton Museum



About Us

The Riverton Museum is a public history museum that exists for the purpose of improving public understanding of the past as experienced in the Riverton community and Fremont County in general.

The collection of artifacts displayed are from the 20th-century pioneers who brought a new town and community to life at the big bend of Wyoming's Wind River. The Riverton Museum also holds a beautiful collection of American Indian artifacts from the Eastern Shoshone and the Northern Arapaho, of the Wind River Reservation.

Along with the collection of artifacts, we also house an extensive subject file, research library, and photograph collection for researchers and the public.


John Roberts, Episcopal missionary to the Wind River.
James Keller, first man hanged in Fremont County.
Paint Night at the Riverton Museum
Uranium Exhibit at the Riverton Museum
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Coffee Grinder, donated by Dave Hays
Burleson's Drug Store
Riverton Museum Pop Logan Popcorn Wagon
Handblown Glass Apothecary Jars from Burleson's Drug Store
Ladies' vanity table and accessories from the 1920's - late 1930's
Atomizer, decorative hair combs, celluloid powder box, and single-barrel curling iron.
Surrey carriage


“Ranch Day for Children”
“Ranch Day for Children”
  • Participants will learn about and experience pioneer cooking techniques, roping, branding, rodeo, and the animals of the area
  • Saturday Aug 14, 2021
“J.B. Okie Manor Adventure Trek”
“J.B. Okie Manor Adventure Trek”
  • Experience a rare tour of the J.B. Okie Mansion that was built in 1901 by J.B. Okie, a sheep tycoon in Lost Cabin, Wyoming.
  • Saturday Aug 28, 2021
“Northern Arapaho Tribe’s Historic Preservation Cemetery Mapping Project”
“Northern Arapaho Tribe’s Historic Preservation Cemetery Mapping Project”
  • The Historic Preservation Office plans to map every cemetery and identify every grave on Wind River.
  • Wednesday Sep 1, 2021