It's not difficult to envision Big Piney circa 1900 in the rustic schoolhouse room of Green River Valley Museum. But it's the town's old jail cell, charred from a fire in 1948 that draws the most attention. The building, which once served as the town hall and county fire station, was converted to a museum to preserve Green River Valley's rich past. Exhibits include prehistoric Indian artifacts, area oil and gas history, family-operated coal mines, and the Big Piney Examiner press.

 
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Address:
206 N. Front St.
Big Piney, Wyoming
Parking: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Price: No admission fee


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Telephone Number: 307-276-5343
Price Information: No admission fee
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