3740 Jourgensen Ave. NATRONA COUNTY INT'L AIRPORT
CASPER, WY 82604
John G. Goss
The museum is located on the grounds of the Casper/Natrona County International Airport, formerly the WWII Casper Army Air Base where B-17, B-24 bomber crews trained and P-39 Airacobra fighter pilots flew.
The Casper Army Air Base is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The museum is housed in the Enlistedmens' Club, which is in its original condition and is decorated with murals of Wyoming history painted by base personnel in 1943 and 1944.
The Wyoming Veterans' Memorial Museum is dedicated to the collection and interpretation of Veterans' stories and the conservation of the artifacts associated with those stories.
The museum memorializes all veterans from all conflicts from the Indian Wars of the 1850's up to the those Veterans who are coming home from their war today.
A new exhibit called "The Spotlight Case" features collections hand-picked by the director of the museum. This case singles out specific veterans and their amazing stories and displays them in an intimate setting within the front exhibit hall. Veterans' stories and collections are now frequently rotated.
The museum proudly hosts school groups and reunion tours.
Handicap accessible & admission is free.