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Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum Big Horn

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Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum
239 Brinton Road
PO Box 460
Big Horn
WY
82833
Tel: 307 672 3173

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The Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum was established in 1960 through the will of Helen Brinton and opened to the public in June of 1961 as a memorial to her brother Bradford Brinton. Today the Main Ranch House is filled with fine art and furnishings from the time of the Brintons' tenure, and twelve of the twenty rooms are part of the guided tour.
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    We visited your outstanding museum yesterday for the first time. Every single gallery was marvelous!
    The building it's self is a work of art. We live close by in Story, WY. and were frequent visitors to the original gallery and ranch house, taking many house guests there when they stayed with us. My husband and I have now become members as we know we will be making frequent trips to this magnificent museum. We had lunch in your Bistro which was delightful, even though smoke from wildfires (outside of our state) somewhat obscured the panoramic...Read More

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by Patty Gingles

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We visited your outstanding museum yesterday for the first time. Every single gallery was marvelous!
The building it's self is a work of art. We live close by in Story, WY. and were frequent visitors to the original gallery and ranch house, taking many house guests there when they stayed with us. My husband and I have now become members as we know we will be making frequent trips to this magnificent museum. We had lunch in your Bistro which was delightful, even though smoke from wildfires (outside of our state) somewhat obscured the panoramic views of the Big Horns.
Our kudos, for a job well done!
One small suggestion I might make is concerning the information signage in the Native American Artifacts gallery. As we and our guests are all in our mid 60's to 70's, we had problems reading the signage when it was placed at the bottom of the display cases near the ground. Many "Senior Citizens" have bi- or tri-focal lenses that makes it difficult to read far away print, and for many of us, kneeling down to be able to read is not an option. Just thought I'd mention it!
Again, thank you for this amazing museum!

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