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Meeteetse Museums

1947 State Street

Meeteetse Museums is an umbrella organization that includes the Charles Belden Photography Museum, the Meeteetse Museum, and the Bank Museum. Its mission is to promote discovery, learning, and an appreciation of Meeteetse’s natural, cultural, and artistic heritage. It accomplishes this mission by providing programming that is free to the public. This programming includes permanent and temporary exhibits, educational seminars, culturally-based entertainment, and organized tours to significant archaeological and historical destinations near Meeteetse. We also serve the public through our oral history collection program and by offering free archival research. 


Casey Adams

Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017
A gem in Wyoming. Don't drive through Meeteetse again without stopping by for 5 minutes or 2 hours. Totally worth the visit.

Glenn Wood

Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
Very cool place . Offers tour's to Kirwin ghost town in the summer months.

Brian Linton

Friday, Sep. 8, 2017
Great place to stop. A lot of history and nice displays.

Roberta Curtis

Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016
Great for a leg stretcher on your way threw as its not to big. Took my 3 year old and she seemed to love it. Lots of pictures. Great to learn more local history. Every time I go (which isn't very often) it has different displays.

Hannah Bass

Friday, Sep. 8, 2017
Free museum with a lot of Great information. Definitely stop by!

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