The museum in Savery is open through the end of October weather permitting
Monday - Saturday
The Outlaw Stop
for the season
The Madeline House was built for its namesake, daughter of Jim Baker and wife Marina, Madeline Baker Adams in 1905. The home was built with money Madeline made freighting between Baggs and Rawlins after her husband died in 1896 over a water dispute. In the home she raised four children, with two Bill and Johnny living with her there until her death in 1948. Johnny never left the home or Dixon and the residence stayed within the family until 2010 when Paul and Fran McAllister and their family donated the house and it was moved to the museum grounds.