Check out the Carbon County Museum Calendar of Events for great educational activities.
See historical photos, unique objects from our collection and gallery exhibits.
Educational opportunities to present the history and culture Carbon County to kids of all ages.
Asbestos abatement and clearing of first level completed, development and design phase has begun...
Share your Hugus-Ferguson stories and memories with us!
Print and fill out the forms through the links below, and either bring them into the museum or please send by mail.
Blank Map of Hugus-Ferguson Building First Level
Share your Hugus-Ferguson Building Memories!
Here is Your Chance for a Piece of History
For $50, memorialize the name of your choice inside the new Hugus-Ferguson building, future home of Carbon County Museum & Research Center. This unique and tax-deductible opportunity ensures your name or the name of your loved one or friend will be part of the new museum forever. Your donation supports the restoration of the Hugus-Ferguson building and comes with a certificate of donation.
Have an upcoming birthday or special occasion? How about giving the gift of history this year. Gift donation certificates are also available!
For full details, call (307) 328-2740.
All donations to the museum are directed through the Carbon County Museum Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on aiding the museum in fundraising efforts. To donate, join the foundation, or learn more, visit their website at www.carboncountymuseumfoundation.org.
Home On the Range
Step back in time to the 1930s and visit the TE Ranch, down on Troublesome Creek in Difficulty Township.
Carbon County Museum is proud to have a permanent exhibit space dedicated to kids: the Discovery Zone!
Thomas Edison visited Carbon County as a stargazer. His 1878 trip to Rawlins is well documented.
See all Carbon County Museum Permanent Collections
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