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Museum is closed for the winter but will be open May 23rd 2014
See you then!
 
Little Snake River Museum Staff


Lela Emmons- Director

lsrmuseum@dteworld.com


Beth Shorma- Greeter & Gift Shop

beth@littlesnakerivermuseum.com


Jaymie Sheehan- Greeter & Activities

jaymie@littlesnakerivermuseum.com


Liz Campbell- Greeter & Book Store

liz@littlesnakerivermuseum.com


Florine Daugherty- Greeter & Donations

florine@littlesnakerivermuseum.com


Larry Kersey- Maintenance


Duane Romero- Maintenance


Charlene Butler- Greeter & Cleaning


Gloria Slevin- Cleaning


Don Bain- Greeter Outlaw Stop


Jake Fleming- Greeter Outlaw Stop



















 
 About Us

The Little Snake River Museum is located at 13 County Road 521 N; one block North of the Highway in Savery, Wyoming. The Outlaw Stop is located at 250 North Penland Street on Highway 789.


Former students at the Savery School  

The main LSR Museum Building was originally the Savery School. The school encompassed all grades until 1958 when the high school was closed. Elementary students attended the school until 1972, when the Little Snake River Valley Schools consolidated, which resulted in all students attending school in Baggs. The Carbon County School District #1 donated the building to the community for different events and the creation of the museum. With the addition of more land and buildings, the museum has grown to have 9 historic buildings and 2 interactive dwellings, and a replica of the Dixon main street at the turn of the century. All of the buildings are filled with exhibits and artifacts, made possible through the generosity of local residents or their families. The beautiful grounds in Savery also act as a great place for a family gathering or picnic.

The Outlaw Stop is the second LSR Museum location and is found 11 miles West in Baggs, Wyoming. There you can see the old Baggs Town Hall with its two-cell jail, along with the Mathews/Gaddis home, a historical stop for outlaws passing through the area. A picnic area and small gift store are also available.

Both locations are free and opened 7 days a week from May to October and are handicap accessible.

The old school today; housing the main building of the museum. It now hosts exhibits, office, gift shop, bathrooms, community kitchen and dining room.

"Preserving our History for the Valley's Future."
Little Snake River Museum
Savery, Wyoming
Open Daily from 11am to 5pm (Seasonal)
307-383-7262
Fax:307-383-7265
email:

lsrmuseum@dteworld.com

Board of Directors

President

Annette Dunckley-

Dixon


Linda Fleming-

Baggs


Rusty Cobb-

Savery


Boone Weber-

Baggs


Jerome Daugherty-

Savery


Joe Jussila-

Slater