Along with the permanent exhibits and museum collections, the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum is proud to present the current temporary exhibits on display now!
Check back soon for news on upcoming exhibits!
Nestled in scenic Buffalo, Wyoming, The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum is comprised of three interconnected buildings. Each of these three buildings works to tell a special part of the Gatchell story and significant tales of Wyoming history.
The original building, located behind the Johnson County Courthouse, is where the museum began in 1957. In 1987, the Johnson County Library moved and the old library building became part of the museum in 1989. In 1998 a Carriage House was added. In 2006, the original museum building and the Carnegie Library building were connected.