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The museums are open for the season.
Come and visit us anytime through
"some cold day in October."

 Welcome To The Little Snake River Museum

150 Years of History

The Little Snake River Museum is home to over 15 historic buildings and countless exhibits depicting the rich history of this secluded ranching valley. Housing thousands of artifacts, photographs, and stories, the museum has pieced together many tales of a bygone era. People who have stayed and people who have moved on have all left their mark on this valley.  Come spend a day at the museum exploring their stories and get a glimpse of how they lived.

On the road to nowhere, the Little Snake River Valley is one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets.  Winding around ancient volcanic mountains and through lush pasture land, the Little Snake River flows westward into the drier lands of Browns Park, an area steeped in outlaw history. The valley’s rich resources have drawn a variety of residents over the years: native people, explorers, trappers, settlers, homesteaders, miners, stockmen, and outlaws—they have all called this valley home.  Visit the Little Snake River Museum and find out why. It’s “worth the stop.”

Jim Baker's Cabin

Ranching History

Antique Vehicles and Wagons

Mining and Geology

Dr. Noye's Medical Exhibit

Hands-on Homestead House

Dude Ranch History

One-room Schoolhouse

Mountain-man Campsite

Mercantile and Laundry

Sod-roofed Cabins

Barbershop Display

Quilts and Handiwork

Blacksmithing Tools

Saddles and Tack

Saloon Display

Local-two-cell Jail

Firearms and Military Room

Turn-of-the-century Log Homes

Old-time Fashions

It has taken many years, many hands, and many minds to make the museum what it is today. We appreciate everyone who has worked, volunteered, and donated to the museum. Thank you!

Little Snake River Museum
"Preserving our History for the Valley's Future"
Savery, Wyoming
Open daily from 11am to 5pm (seasonal)


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