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.
Carbon County Museum secures a new home!
On December 30, 2013 the Carbon County Commissioners purchased the Hugus-Ferguson building, located at 406 West Cedar in Rawlins, Wyoming. This historic structure is the future home of Carbon County Museum and construction will begin in the next few weeks to lift the "Dangerous Building" designation that is currently in place. We will keep the updates coming as we move forward and soon we will let you know how you can be a part of this moment in history. In the mean time, check out these photos of the Hugus-Ferguson interior.
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
Carbon County Museum 904 West Walnut StreetRawlins, WY 82301
The museum collection includes over 30,000 artifacts and archive items. Admission is free and open year round. © 2013 Carbon County Museum - All Right Reserved.
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