About the Museum

Since first opening its’ doors in April 2010, the Hulett Museum & Art Gallery has made its mission to collect and preserve the history and culture of northeastern Wyoming. The Museum seeks to inspire, educate and enrich the lives of community members and visitors by collecting and preserving prehistoric and historic artifacts. These objects are artifacts of the heritage of the people of Hulett and the surrounding areas.

The Hulett Museum and Art Gallery proves that art, history and community do not have to be on opposite sides of the spectrum. In Wyoming, where trail hikes still turn up arrowheads and cowboys still move cows, there is a reverence for history as it’s told through art (and for the stories which are being written right now). Supporting, encouraging, creating and owning art not only means that the museum will have a sustainable future, but that the West will too.

To learn more about contributing to the collection, planning your next visit to the Hulett Museum and Art Gallery, or hosting a lecture and exhibit at your school or business, please contact director Korina Ike, at 307-467-5292 or hulettmuseum@rtconnect.net

Recommended by the Wyoming Tourism Board!

Summer Hours

Monday – Friday 9 AM – 4 PM

Saturday 12 PM – 4 PM

Winter Hours

Monday – Friday 9 AM – 4 PM

Saturday 10 AM – 2 PM

Free Admission, Donations welcome and appreciated.