We're drawn to Wyoming for its open spaces, for its mountains and prairies, for its hiking, fishing and other outdoor pursuits. And for good reason. Our state is home to the unspoiled lands that other places have lost.
But there is more to Wyoming than the great outdoors. The state is home to some of the country's most interesting, and remote, small towns. And many of those towns possess museums that receive little attention, even from other Wyomingites.
That's too bad, because they have plenty to offer, from exhibitions on the dinosaurs that once walked this land to galleries on the people who settled it more recently.
While you're traveling the state, here are eight small-town museums worth visiting.