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Welcome to the Hot Springs County Museum and Cultural Center.
The mission of the Hot Springs County Museum and Cultural Center is to serve as an educational resource for teaching and researching the history of Hot Springs County; to collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts that tell and interpret the stories of the region’s people; and to provide cultural activities that enrich the experiences of community and visitors.
The present Hot Springs County Museum is the outgrowth of the Hot Springs County Pioneer Association Museum, which first opened its doors on July 4, 1941. Founded to preserve the history of the region’s settlers, the Museum has gathered a large collection of artifacts used in everyday life in Wyoming, with the majority of items dating from the 1880s through the 1930s.
The Museum Complex consists of two full floors of exhibits in the main Museum building, and five additional structures on the Museum grounds.
One block west (toward Cody) of the stop light in Thermopolis. 700 Broadway Thermopolis, WY 82443 (307) 864-5183
Memorial Day – Labor Day 9:00 – 5:00 Monday – Saturday
Labor Day – Memorial Day 9:00 – 4:00 Tuesday – Saturday
Nine-hole golf courses don’t get much more beautiful and challenging than the Thermopolis Golf Course! This public course, nestled in the shadow of Thermopolis’ famous Roundtop Mountain, offers spectacular views of Thermopolis and its surrounding region – including views of Hot Springs State Park, the Wind River Canyon and three mountain ranges including the Big Horns, Pryor Mountains and the Absarokas.
The golf course shares a parking lot with the local airport, so it is common for aircraft owners to fly in, play a round of golf and eat lunch or dinner at the golf course’s Stones Throw Restaurant before heading down Airport Hill into town for a soak in the hot springs and a clean, comfortable hotel room. The golf course features a putting green, a driving range, a well-stocked pro shop, cart rentals, a restaurant, a pub and a resident golf pro who will be happy to give lessons or just offer you a few tips for a low-scoring round. The hours of operation are 7:00 am – 7:00 p.m., every day of the week during golf season.
Thermopolis is also home to Sweet Spot Miniature Golf, a full 18-hole golf course with beautiful waterfalls and ponds, located at the gateway to the Hot Springs State Park.
Wind River Canyon Whitewater and Fly Fishing
Wind River Canyon Whitewater and Fly FishingJenBishop
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Wyoming Dinosaur Center
Wyoming Dinosaur CenterAngieGuyon
110 Carter Ranch RoadPO Box 868ThermopolisWY82443workPhone:(307) 864-2997workPhone:(800) 455-3466workFax:(307) 864-5762workfaxEmail:INTERNETWebsite:http://www.wyodino.org/
Dinosaurs walked around Thermopolis between 65 and 145 million years ago during the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Step through the doors of The Wyoming Dinosaur Center and you are transported into a world where rulers of the earth were not men but creatures that would think modern elephants were a snack.
Tyrannosaurus rex, king of the dinosaurs, had flesh-tearing six-inch teeth. Though they may be extinct, their massive bones remain to educate and thrill us. The Museum has over 30 mounted dinosaurs, a modern preparation laboratory and hundred of displays and dioramas. Among the featured displays in the Hall of Dinosaurs are two Velociraptor specimens, which are shown hunting the early horned dinosaur, Protoceratops. Voted “most exciting” by kids is “Stan” a 41-foot T-Rex that is attacking a Triceratops horridus.
The walk through time displays are arranged from earliest life forms to dinosaurs and mammals. The noteworthy collection includes fossil fish from Scotland, flying reptiles from Brazil, marine reptiles from Russia and Switzerland and fossil dinosaur eggs from China and Argentina.
Tours of the dig sites begin as soon as the weather permits. The dig sites offer a rare opportunity to see dinosaur bones in the ground and actual excavation.