The Fremont County Pioneer Museum is located in Lander, WY in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains. Native American history and culture, pioneers, agriculture and naturalist history are the focus
Come and see local wildlife, learn about legendary trapper and mountain man Jake Korrell, and dive into the history of Wyoming and the Old West! The museum exhibits 62 full body mounts of wildlife, plus 27 life-size wax figures, historic scenes of the fur trade era, western exploration, Native Americans & early settlement of the West. We also have a number of horse drawn farm equipment and a 1908 wilderness cabin. There is local beadwork, jewelry, antiques, and authentic traps for sale.
Open Tues-Sat, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Alzheimer’s Assoc. is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Volunteer driven, we offer caregiver support groups, care consultation and education.
The Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center is located in the Upper Wind River Mountains and focuses on Native American history & culture, the tie hack industry, guest ranching and geology and nat
The Riverton Museum collects, preserves and interprets artifacts that have a direct association with Riverton history, eastern Fremont County communities, the Eastern Shoshone peoples, the Northern Arapaho peoples and regional history as it relates to Fremont County. The Riverton museum also may collect items that represent specific aspects of history and culture that help educate through the exhibits and programing.
Trinity Lutheran School employs a classical education method of teaching which strives for:
- Christian content
- Academic content
- Behavioral discipline
- Direct instruction and methodsTrinity Lutheran School is an extension of the home, existing to:
- Supplement the parents, not take the place of them
- Aid parents, not to oppose them
- Strengthen parent/child ties, not to weaken or destroy them