Outlaw Stop
About Us
Jim Baker Cabin
Blair Cabin
Brown House
Jim Baker Bio
Stobridge House
Stonewall Cabin
Madeline House
Homesteader House
Historical Buildings
Replica Building
Mountain Man Tent
Homestead Project
Tractor Ride
Grand Opening
Outlaw Days
Community BBQ
Our West
Past Events
4th of July
Rodeo Display
Pioneer Days
2014 Camp Peak
Pioneer Days
Flowers and Gardens
4th of July
Cookies And Crafts 2015
Brain Tanning
John Irons Saloon Opening
Community BBQ 2014
Preserving Our History for the Valley's Future Articles
The museums are now open for the season.
Come and visit us anytime through
"some cold day in October."

 Historical Buildings

Many historical buildings from around the Snake River Valley have found a home at the LSR Museum. The Jim Baker Cabin, built in 1873, was originally located in Savery just a few miles from where it sits now. The Blair Cabin was built in 1888 by husband and wife with nothing more than their hands and a broadax and was located between Dixon and Baggs. The Brown House was donated to the LSR Museum by Jim and Mildred Marshall and originally sat in Baggs, Wyoming. Next to the Brown house is the  Dutch Joe Schoolhouse established in Savery in 1900. In 1993 the Cobb family donated the Stobridge House to the museum moving it from its original location in Savery.  A mining tank from a local mine, donated by Gil Williams, now houses a mining display. The newest editions to the museum are the  Madeline House, home to Jim Baker's daughter, the Stonewall Cabin, home to the first white family on the Valley, the Readers and the interactive Homesteader House built by Tom Vernon.




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