We are located one block North of Highway 70 in Savery, Wyoming.
Former students at the Savery School
The old school today; housing the main building of the museum: Exhibits, office, gift shop, community kitchen and dining room, and bathrooms.
The museum building was the local Savery School for many years. In 1972 the Little Snake River Valley Schools were consolidated and all of the students were sent to Baggs. With the building empty, the school district then donated the building for community activities and later to be used as the museum. With the addition of more land and buildings, the museum has grown to have 9 historic buildings
and 3 newly constructed buildings. 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 are a great place for a family gathering or picnic.
The Outlaw Stop
is our location in Baggs. There you can see the old Baggs Town Hall with its two-cell jail, along with the Mathews Gaddis home, a former local stop for outlaws passing through the area. A picnic area and small gift store make a welcomed stop for travelers today.
Both museums are free and opened 7 days a week in the summer and fall and are mostly handicapped accessible.