314 S Gillette Ave, Gillette, WY 82716
Discover the fascinating history of Campbell County and northeast Wyoming and learn the story of the Powder River Basin. The Campbell County Rockpile Museum collects, preserves and interprets local and regional history with an emphasis on the culture and people of Campbell County, Wyoming. Permanent and changing exhibitions along with educational programming, performances, and events provide insight into the interesting past and present of the area.
Mon-Sat: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Open Year Round
Groups of 5+ $8/person
FREE ADMISSION FOR:
Rockpile Museum Association (RMA) Members
Children 5 & Under
Veterans and Spouse
Active Duty Military and Families
Bounce Pass to:
Rockpile Museum & Frontier Auto Museum – $15/adult
Inside Frontier Relics & Auto Museum, you’ll find fascinating examples of a time that once was. Classic cars, Neon signs, porcelain signs, gas pumps, oil & gas memorabilia. All in remarkable condition.Our 13,000 square foot museum features 2 separate vintage towns. Each room uniquely displayed in the style of such buildings found in the 1900s-1950s and decorated with artifacts. Also featured is an indoor “Drive-in theater” that displays classic movies and commercials you and your family can sit and watch during your visit. A mining room with a model railway, and a soda fountain/pharmacy that you can sit in and enjoy ice cream, pinball machines, and classic music. Don’t forget to stop in our Relic’s store on the way out to take home a piece of history!
Open Year Round
(June – August) Monday-Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm
(September – May) Monday-Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Adults $12.00, Kids (12 & Under) FREE Service Professionals $10.00, Seniors (65+) $10.00, Groups (5+) $10.00
The Wright Centennial Museum, in Wright, provides a unique opportunity to witness Wyoming history spanning from the homestead era to the beginning steps of Wyoming becoming the nation’s Energy Capital!
A dedicated group of volunteers has compiled an impressive collection, laced with local legends and lore. From the kitchen and cookstove of pioneer women to the cowboy’s kitchen on the range, the chuckwagon, the museum delivers an interactive opportunity to visualize the stories of Wright and the Bighorn Basin. A knowledgeable team is on hand to answer questions and loves to share the fun tales that accompany many of the museum pieces.
Open May through October.
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
Use the link below or navigate to our contact page to order a copy of our visitors guide!