People often complain about matchbox homes and tiny kitchens. Of course, these homes aren’t actually the size of a matchbox. Homes that size don’t actually exist, right? Well, here’s a kitchen that actually is the size of a matchbox! This kitchen scene, “The Smallest Kitchen in the World”, is one of four matchbox scenes we […]
This Saturday, August 26, join us for a presentation on a few of the women of Fremont County. It’s a free program here at the museum so stop by and visit us! It also happens to be Women’s Equality Day in commemoration of the certification of the 19th amendment into law!
It’s been 241 years since Abigail Adams asked her husband John Adams to “remember the ladies” in a letter dated March 31, 1776. It’s also been 241 years since the Founding Fathers declared “all men are created equal” and conveniently forgot the ladies. It was another 144 years before that equality in regards to voting […]
Sometimes here at museum we find things we don’t know much about. Remember, we’ve been around since 1928. That’s a lot of time to collect things! So we thought we’d reach out for a little help. Does anyone have any idea what these were for or where they might be from? On one ribbon is […]
Are you ready to travel the world without even having to leave the state? If so, stop by the museum this Friday, August 4 between 5:00-7:00 PM during First Friday to see our new exhibit “Around the World in 80 Artifacts”! These artifacts illustrate the diverse history of Fremont County and which objects people considered […]