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The museum in Savery
is closed
for the season
We will reopen
Memorial Day Weekend
Please call 303-388-7788
if you need help
or to reserve the museum.
The Outlaw Stop
in Baggs is CLOSED
for the season
 Strobridge-Groshart-Hays House

This home was built in 1888 primarily by W.T. Morgan for the wealthy Strobridge family. It is said that the Iowan family was the first in the valley to live in a home with lace curtains and carpeted floors. After four years, the Strobridge’s moved back East and sold the home to Miles and Mary Groshart. The Groshart family lived in the home for the next 50 years, raising five children and two grandchildren. In 1945, Bill and Mildred Hays bought the home that Bill’s father had a hand in building and sold the home to Tom and Rusty Cobb in the late 1960’s. The Cobb family donated the grand home, and it was moved to the museum December 19, 1993.

The original birdhouse was replicated by Tyson Cobb and reinstalled in its original location beside the home.

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 Friday-Sunday.

Life and Times
 March 27th
at the
Ed Center
in Baggs
Presented By CIara Pares Kempf
who has done extensive
research on Maggie Baggs.

Hiring for 2024

The Little Snake RIver Museum

is hiring for the following positions:

Finish Carpenter

Event Planner and coordinator


Visitor Services

Applications are due March 29th

or until filled.

Positions are full or part-time seasonal

Inteviews will be held in Baggs 

the afternoon of April 1st

Please call 303-388-7788

for more information.