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Carbon County Museum in Rawlins, Wyoming collects, conserves, interprets and disseminates regional history to inspire Carbon County cultural entities and all learners-today and tomorrow. The museum envisions diverse but relevant experiences for...more
Coolest museum ever!! The history of Big Nose George fascinated both me and my boys. We still talk about it!! The lady who was working was wonderful and so full of information and enthusiasm!! The kids did a cool scavenger hunt and got a prize...More
The Carbon County Museum in Rawlins, Wyoming is very nice. It is updated and free to get in (although donations are always very much appreciated). There is a small, one room school house on the property (they will unlock for you to look inside) and...More
The wife and I love Wyoming. We did Northern Wyoming last year, this year we went south. We visited Rawlings, saw the Territorial Prison. Just down the street is the museum. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly. The collection was very entertaining. Don’t miss the...More
Very knowledgeable staff, and many excellent displays, artifacts. Local history, everything from household set ups, frontier transportation, native american artifacts,"outlaw" memorabilia, military uniforms and weapons...too much to list here. Several child-related displays with "touchable" displays. We spent about 1 hour, saw it all, and left...More
We are history buffs. We love the "back Stories". We went in and met Loren, the attending staff, and were amazed at her knowledge of the area and it's history. The exhibits are utterly fantastic! I had just the previous week finished reading "Off The...More
We spent a long time viewing the wonderful displays and reading the informational placards. So much to see and learn here. The staff was eager to help and asked many times if we had questions. The little gift shop was reasonably priced and their efforts...More
My 16 year old son was quite annoyed having to go to another museum after being bored at the Fort Steele site, but it was already late and the deal was after half an hour the museum would close anyway.
What a surprise. This small...More