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National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

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National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

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1501 N Poplar St, Casper, WY 82601-1375
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We visited in October 2019 on our route from Jackson Hole to Cheyenne. This centre gives an excellent picture of this facet of American history. Well worth a visit.
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We took some friends visiting and had a nice time. Very educational and a clean facility. Def recommend and we will return.
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Real nice experience. Recommend to all who visit Casper. Great way to learn about the migration of people Westward and local tribes as well.
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My husband and I stopped in here while we were in Casper and we were very happy with the place. When we first walked in we were greeted by employees who explained the place a little and let us know that the show was starting in a minute. The show was great and explained the
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Visited here in late September. Had been here when it opened in 2002. Free parking in lot. Lots of great exhibits and a good film you should see when you first get there. Can learn a lot about the various trails going west. Plenty to read and learn; babies and toddlers best
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