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History made relevant

This is a small museum with a big message. Great displays, very detailed and tell the story of an... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tim W
Green River, Wyoming
Western Fan's Dream

Really cool museum down town in Green River. Has some excellent displays and artifacts on how the... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2018
Yorkton, Canada
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3 E Flaming Gorge Way, Green River, WY 82935-4239
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a small museum with a big message. Great displays, very detailed and tell the story of an amazing place in Wyoming that impacts the Nation. Don't miss this stop

Thank Tim W
Reviewed 7 April 2018

Really cool museum down town in Green River. Has some excellent displays and artifacts on how the west was won. Some cool items retrieved from the area from the Indian wars and early immigrants. Definitely worth stopping in and seeing the exhibits.

Thank Sox_The_Wanderer
Reviewed 13 September 2017

The Sweetwater County Museum is housed in the old Post Office on Main Street across from the town’s most popular Mexican restaurant Mi Casita. This amazing museum is FREE! and was well worth the hour we spent perusing its contents before taking an amusing walk...More

Thank Steve C
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

The staff was absolutely amazing. The three all pitched in and shared their knowledge with our group. It was interesting, fun, and a great learning experience. This little museum is a great treasure and a little gem. If you are in Green River, WY you...More

Thank Kathy648
Reviewed 30 July 2017

This was a special treat - we found this free museum tucked away in downtown Green River. It had a brief but comprehensive exhibit of the history of the area - it was a great way to find out about the settlers, conflicts, resolutions, and...More

Thank Karen V
Reviewed 29 July 2017

We got off of I-80 and drove part way down Flaming Gorge but because of time constraints couldn't do the entire loop. We began and ended in Green River..on a whim, we stopped in this little museum. We really only intended to turn around in...More

Thank 2PacaPeople
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Nice place to learn about local area and history. Great for kids and adults. Check it out. Parking maybe difficult for travelers with trailers. But can park walk to it

Thank Staci M
Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

We spent about an hr touring museum. A lot of information in a small place. Hostess was informative and answered questions. We did the self tour but guided tours are available if reservations are scheduled a head of time.

Thank Pam W
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

A free to the public museum on the Main Street in town. Educational and interesting exhibits concerning the outlaw history of the county, the mining and Chinese immigrant history, and historic hi way 30, the Lincoln highway and first transcontinental roadway in America. Interesting and...More

Thank Tim W
Reviewed 10 November 2016

A wonderful place to stop on a road trip, even if just for a few minutes. Well done exhibits on local and state history, from geological formations to the outlaws, railroads and the Lincoln highway. Knowledgeable and friendly staff. Admission is free, donations are accepted,...More

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