Traveler’s Corner

On the Move. Brush a fossil. Feed a falcon. Dive into history.

Wyoming has a lot of opportunities to learn about science and nature and history. But we don’t like to put things behind glass. At the Lander Children’s Museum you can do activities to help you learn about math, science, art and music. You can tour the Teton Raptor Center to meet Ruby the Red-tailed Hawk and Gus the Golden Eagle. Sign up to “Dig for a Day” at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center and get your hands dirty as you help to unearth real fossils. Or you can go to the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center where you’ll go back in time to pull a Mormon handcart or ride a wagon across the Platte River. Wherever you go, you’ll find that learning can be fun!

Buffalo Bill Historical Center                              Lander Children’s Museum
Teton Science School   Teton Raptor Center
Historic Trails Interpretive Center   Cheyenne Depot Museum
Casper Events Center   Taco John’s Event Center
Cheyenne Frontier Days   Wyoming Dinosaur Center