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The museum in Savery
will be  
open for the season
Friday of
Memorial Day weekend.
Please call
to reseve the basement
for your event.

The Outlaw Stop
in Baggs will be open
Friday through Sunday
starting May 27th.

 About Us

Originally, the main Little Snake River Museum building and property belonged to the Savery School. Once schools consolidated in Baggs in 1972, Carbon County School District 1 donated the building to the community for the creation of the museum and to host different events. Now, the school houses numerous exhibits, with five of the retired classrooms now educating visitors on Snake River history through displays. Over the years, numerous historic buildings have joined the museum. Everything on display was either donated or is on loan. The efforts of many individuals built the museum into what it is today.

A gift shop and picnic space are available to visitors. The museum also provides event space for a variety of activities. If you are interested, contact the museum. 

Museum Board

Keith Duncan



Joe Jussila 

Vice President

(307) 383-2317

Rox Hicks



Sherry Weber

(307) 383-7857

Susan Leonhardt 


Jim Roberts


Museum Staff

Lela Emmons - Director

Nikki Devlin- Assistant Director- Archivist

Dusty Steinmasel - Maintenance

Kristen Wille- Greeting and Office support

Missy Smith- Greeting and Gardens

Myra Cox - Housekeeping

Carol Orchard - Greeting: Outlaw Stop

Jen Granlund- Greeting and Gardens

Katie Shepherd- Greeting and Office Support

Little Snake River Museum
"Preserving our History for the Valley's Future"
Savery, Wyoming
Open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (seasonal)
The Outlaw Stop in Baggs is open on Saturdays.




June 27th

Life and Times

at the museum

in Savery


Guest lecturer

and Author

Michael Amundson

speaks on his

recent book:

The Art and Life of

Merritt Dana Houghton

in the Northern Rockies,