The Saratoga Museum
Admission is Free
Donations are Appreciated
Located in Saratoga, Wyoming, the Saratoga Museum houses an impressive collection of over 10,000 artifacts and rotating exhibits.
The Museum houses the most diverse geological collection in the state of Wyoming with minerals and gems ranging from India to Antarctica.
When you visit, you’ll learn about the creation of Saratoga and Wyoming from it's early geology through the pioneer settlers to modern times.
The Museum is open year round.
Summer Hours: Memorial Day - Labor Day, Monday through Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday & Sunday 12pm-4pm. Appointments for tours are available to members. Please check the Events page for any special times.
Off Season Hours: 1pm to 5pm and by appointment for research or field trips.
The Saratoga Historical and Cultural Association (SHCA) seeks to deepen understanding and engagement of the historic, prehistoric, geological, and cultural past up to the present of the town of Saratoga and its relevant place in Platte Valley, Carbon County, and the state of Wyoming; strengthen the bonds of the local community; and provide an educational, stimulating and positive experience for museum visitors.
HOW WE ARE FUNDED
The Saratoga Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and operates independently, relying on Museum members, volunteers and private funding to support its vision.
In addition to a one mill levy tax, the Saratoga Museum preserves our rich heritage and history with donations, memberships and grants through the Wyoming Community Foundation and the Carbon County Visitors Council.
We would like to thank everyone who supports us!