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The Dubois Museum is a living history museum that preserves and interprets the history of the Upper Wind River Valley. Museum exhibits focus on the Mountain Shoshone who were the first inhabitants of the valley, the homesteaders who settled in the late 1800s, and the Scandinavian loggers (tie hacks) who cut railroad ties for the nation's railroads in the national forests near Dubois.  

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Hours:
Summer: 9-6 Daily
Winter 10-4 Tues. - Sat.

 
 

909 West Ramshorn St.
PO Box 896

Dubois, WY 82513

307-455-2284

duboismuseum@gmail.com

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