We try to keep this list of historic house museums for Wyoming current, but it is best to check directly with the museums for their hours and other information. If you know of a historic house museum in Wyoming that should be listed here, please use our submission form to let us know about it.


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Historic Governors' Mansion

300 E. 21st Street
Cheyenne,WY 82002
Phone: (307)777-7878
Year Built:1904
Admission Price:Free
Hours: See their website

During the early days of Wyoming’s statehood, Cheyenne’s affluent cattle barons built a series of mansions as a testament to their wealth and success; houses that might be referred to as “trophy homes,” today. In 1904, 14 years after achieving statehood in 1890, Wyoming built its first governor’s mansion, a modest house compared to the pretentious dwellings built in other parts of downtown Cheyenne. The Governor’s mansion was anything but extravagant, and is located just five blocks from the State Capitol in what was, at the time, a middle class neighborhood.


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Laramie Plains Museum

603 East Ivinson Street
Laramie,WY 82070
Phone: (307)742-4448
Year Built:1892
Admission Price:Adults $10, Seniors $7, Students $5
Hours: See their website

The Laramie Plains Museum, located in a restored 1892 mansion, contains period furniture and exhibits depicting local pioneer life.


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Trail End State Historic Site

400 Clarendon Ave
Sheridan,WY 82801
Phone: (307)674-4589
Year Built:1913
Admission Price:See their website
Hours: See their website

Once a private home belonging to Wyoming cattle baron, Governor and U. S. Senator John B. Kendrick, the Trail End State Historic Site now contains a fully furnished historic house museum, a community theater and several acres of groomed grounds and gardens.