The Museum Of The Mountain Man is a great insight into the history of one of the most amazing areas of the USA - Wyoming!
Here, kids can see exhibits, both permanent and temporary, that showcase a visual and interpretative experience into the romantic era of the Mountain man, and provides a comprehensive overview of the Western Fur Trade's historical significance. In fact, there are over 15,000 artifacts ranging from pre-historic to the settlement era, giving you a true learning experience into this fascinating past!
The Museum of the Mountain Man has a comprehensive collection of Rocky Mountain fur trade era artifacts including those of the American Indian as well as the Mountain Man. There is also a section downstairs that highlights the settlement era of Sublette County.
The museum is the oldest Historical Society in the State of Wyoming, and was originally established in 1935 for the preservation of historic sites of the fur trade and rendezvous, as well as marking of settler graves and trails, and even to collect all records, documents and items relating to the history of Sublette County.
So grab that sense of adventure and head out to enjoy this museum with a difference!