Please visit us at our new website for more detailed information. This site was our first attempt but will be discontinued in October 2013.
Located at 2734 Highway 130 in Centennial, Wyoming, the museum preserves, interprets, and celebrates the natural, cultural, and developmental history of the Centennial Valley and its people. Major forces involved in that development include railroading, mining, ranching, and timber harvesting. All are represented in our museum's collection.
The museum is open from Memorial Day weekend through September; in June, July, and August, hours are Noon to 4 PM Thursday through Monday; closed Tuesday and Wednesday. After Labor Day, we are open Saturday and Sunday only, noon to 4 PM through September. Admission is free, but donations are always gratefully accepted.
If you would like to arrange a private tour outside of normal hours, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your schedule.