• Fremont County Pioneer Museum

    • Museums
    • Education
    1443 Main St
    Lander, WY 82520
    (307) 332-3339
    • About

      The Fremont County Pioneer Museum is located in Lander, WY in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains. Native American history and culture, pioneers, agriculture and naturalist history are the focus

    • Member Events

      Saturday May 4, 2019
      Learn about some of the important crops from Lander’s early history and plant your own to take home during this Bailey Tire/Pit Stop Children’s program. ...read more
      Thursday May 16, 2019
      Do you have a beaded object in need of cleaning? Join the Pioneer Museum’s Collection Manager Robin Allison for a lesson on cleaning methods. ...read more
      Saturday May 18, 2019
      The trek will take a look at some of the historic lander buildings and building sites that helped shape the community. ...read more
      Thursday May 30, 2019
      Given the importance of extractive industries to the economy of the state, a better understanding of these resources will help Wyomingites plan for the future. ...read more
      Saturday Jun 1, 2019
      The talk will focus on the history of the stage line between Rawlins and Fremont County. ...read more
      Saturday Jun 8, 2019
      Learn all about gold panning the way the early miners did it in the gold fields of the west. Pan for gold along Baldwin Creek on the museum grounds. ...read more
      Thursday Jun 13, 2019
      Local poet, Carol L. Deering will present her first published book of poems Havoc & Solace: Poems from the Inland West in this Wyoming Community Bank Discovery ...read more
      Saturday Jun 15, 2019
      Barbara Townsend will guide us through the old gold district burying grounds and tell the history of the people buried there. ...read more
    • Upcoming Events