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Outreach

The museum administers a unique historic property, the Reliance Tipple, located at the town of Reliance, 5 miles north of Rock Springs.School Outreach

The museum has an exciting traveling trunks program about history and cultural diversity in Rock Springs. Get more information on it here.

Pre-school Outreach

The museum has a fun program on animals designed just for preschool classrooms! Participants explore several animals including a buffalo pelt, while exploring ideas like "Big/Little", "Inside/Outside", and "Hard/Soft". If you are interested in bringing this program to your preschool contact us at 307-872-6435, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

3rd Grade History Fair

The museum has reimagined their traditional 3rd grade history tours and created an interactive History Fair that incorporates hands-on activities to bring history alive. It usually occurs the second week of May.

All other grades may request a traditional gallery, downtown, or courthouse tour by contacting us and scheduling a tour time.

Adult Programs

Museum staff offer special programs on a variety of subjects to adult groups, such as retirement homes and service organizations. If you are interested in topics or booking a program, please contact the museum.

Volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering to help give any of the programs listed above please contact the museum at 307-872-6435, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Off-site Exhibits

Sweetwater County is over 10,000 square miles. In order to better serve the entire community, the museum has developed several off-site exhibits around the county. Currently, we have exhibits at the Rock Springs airport, Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, and the Superior community center. We are currently developing other off-site exhibits. Please check our news page regularly for updates. The Reliance Tipple, featured at left, is owned by the museum. This is one of only two coal tipples left in the state and is the only metal one. The tipple is not open to the public but there are interpretive signs around the exterior for more information about its history.

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