Dubois Museum - Wind River Historical Center

Dubois Museum - Wind River Historical Center



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.


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


“Kids Corner: What About Owls?”
“Kids Corner: Create Your Own Fossil”
  • Join us as we learn all about fossils! We'll discuss just what a fossil is, and learn how they form under the ground over the years.
  • Wednesday Jun 8, 2022
“Kids Corner: What’s Your Bug?”
  • This week's Kids Corner will be all about bugs. Have fun catching and identifying bugs while playing educational games.
  • Wednesday Jun 15, 2022
“Kids Corner: Junior Trailblazing”
  • Learn how to follow written directions and use a compass while learning about hiking safety tips along the way.
  • Wednesday Jun 22, 2022
"Kids Corner: Butter Time"
“Sublette Pass History Trek”
  • Difficult hike, approximately 4 miles. Bring bear spray, bug spray, hiking boots, trekking poles, water, and lunch required.
  • Wednesday Jul 6, 2022
“Dubois Museum Day”
“Dubois Museum Day”
“Annual Mystery Sheep Trap Trek”
  • Dubois Museum & National Bighorn Sheep Center will host an amazing journey into history on this Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek July 12th from 9-3pm.
  • Tuesday Jul 12, 2022