P.O. Box 632
616 W. Ramshorn St.
Dubois, WY 82513
(307)455-2556
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MUSEUMS,EXHIBITS and CONFERENCE CENTERS

  • Dubois Museum
    909 W. Ramshorn
    Dubois, WY 82513
    307-455-2284

    Originally sponsored by the local Lion's Club and dedicated by the "Old Timers" of the area on July 4, 1976, this project was aided with a Bi-Centennial grant.  The displays are unique to the Dubois region and feature a large Dubois Museumcollection of Tie hack tools and photographs; a diorama and history of the Sheep Eater Indians, who lived in the area; full mounts of bighorn sheep family in their natural setting and many other interesting items.

  • Headwaters Arts & Conference Center
    20 Stalnaker Street
    Dubois, WY 82513
    307-455-2687

    Headwater Conference CenterBuilt in 1995, the 17,000 sq. ft facility is for the use of the Dubois community and to encourage conventions, seminars and symposiums to come to Dubois.  With one large conference room (48'x100') built to divide into three meeting rooms which will hold 30 to 100 people each or accommodate 350-600 when left open.  The building is also home of the Wind River Valley Artists' Guild Art Gallery with a permanent art collection of over 60 original works of art.

  • Lander Art Center
    244 Main Street
    Lander  Wyoming – 82520
    307 332 5772

  • National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center
    907 West Ramshorn
    Dubois, WY 82513
    307-455-3429

    Bighorn SheepAn educational and enjoyable experience for everyone, the center is a joint effort of the Wyoming Game and Fish, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Lander Management, Town of Dubois and numerous organizations and individuals.  The purpose of the center is to provide a learning experience about the successful wildlife and habitat management techniques used at Whisky Mountain; to highlight the biology and history of bighorn sheep; and to show how people working together can manage a place for wildlife in today's world.

 

 

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