Fremont County Pioneer Museum
Lander | Rockies to Tetons
Native American culture, agriculture, emigrant trails, gold mining, military history, mountain men, and cowboys are come to life at the Pioneer Museum in Lander. The Pioneer Museum has a great group of programs that take place throughout the year. Enjoy the Adventure Treks, Discovery Speakers Series, Children’s Exploration Series and traveling and temporary exhibits that are presented on a regular basis.
Fremont County has a rich history. Beginning in prehistoric times, many have made this area their home – ancient peoples, American Indians, and – through Western Migration – the white man. Our Historic Walking tour concerns itself with the settling of the Lander Valley by means of its historic buildings, learn about some of our unique buildings and area history by visiting our webiste.
The Fremont County Pioneer Museum in Lander collects, preserves and interprets artifacts from prehistory through the 1920’s. The focus of the collection is on artifacts from the Lander Valley, Fremont County and western Wyoming.
Check out our ReDiscover the Winds: A Wyoming History Podcast for great stories about the Wind River Region here.
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