Family Programs

The Wyoming State Museum’s family programs impact more than 3,500 community members each year. These unique programs allow families of all ages, sizes, and backgrounds to engage with the museum while learning, creating, and playing. Whether they are enjoying Family Days on the first Saturday of each month, or trick or treating through Night at the Museum (the annual Halloween celebration), families can always find something fun at the Wyoming State Museum.

 

 

Family Days

Date: First Saturday of Every Month

Time: 10:00AM – 2:00PM

 

Family Days are an amazing opportunity for families to come explore the museum, together. Each Family Day focuses on a different theme (from science, to history, to animals, to culture, and more) and includes games, activities, crafts, and learning. It’s fun for the whole family... and it's completely free!

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Night at the Museum

Date: October 31st

Time: 4:00PM – 7:00PM

 

Night at the Museum is the Halloween celebration for the Wyoming State Museum. Each year, volunteers pack the museum – dressed as historical figures. Children come to experience the magic of the past while also getting their hands on some Halloween candy.
 

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If you have any questions, please reach out to the Museum’s Curator of Education:

 

Jeremy Thornbrugh

Curator of Education

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307-286-8627