The Center

The Center

Where history lives!

National Historical Trails Interpretive Center

The National Historic Trails Center provides visitors with valuable and interesting information about the Oregon, California, Mormon and Pony-Express Trails. When visiting the center, guests can explore the various exhibits or attend one of the programs to learn more about the history of these emigrant trails. Trails Center staff and the Foundation take great pride in each and every exhibit featured at the center and focus on providing accurate historical information to help further enhance understanding of Western history.

We welcome visitors of all ages to the center – whether you’re a school group, family, couple or individual. Call us today for more information at 307-265-8030.


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This article written by Vicki Hood won a first-place award in the Wyoming Press Association awards in January of 2014. G.O. Willard's name can be found at Register Cliff near Guernsey, WY, and his ancestors have honored him greatly by keeping him memory alive.


National Historic Trails
Interperative Center

1501 N. Poplar St
Casper, WY 82601

(307) 265-8030

Hours and Fees:

Tuesday — Sunday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Always FREE Admission - to the Trails Center

Our Mission:

To enhance and maintain the interactive exhibits, dioramas and award-winning orientation movie at the National Historic Trails Center.

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We are closed on Federal Holidays.
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