The Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at The Brinton Museum opens to the public Monday, June 15!
Spring at the Brinton
The new SPRING NEWSLETTER is available online, please check the NEWS page. The Ranch House is open for tours, Cabin and Outbuildings remain closed until mid-May. Current Exhibition: 10th Illustrator Show: THE ART OF DAVID SHANNON! Until May 31. Saturday, May 16, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Children’s Creative Writing Workshop with Wyoming’s Poet Laureate Echo Roy Klaproth in collaboration with Science Kids.
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Welcome to The Brinton Museum!
10th Illustrator Show: “The Art of David Shannon!” in the Reception Gallery until May 31, Ranch House open for tours, cabin and outbuildings remain closed until mid-May.
Opening June 15: The Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at The Brinton Museum–the countdown has started!
We invite you to experience the lifestyle of a 1920s and 30s gentleman’s working ranch. Take a guided tour of The Brinton Museum’s Main Ranch House, view the Native American Gallery and our featured art exhibitions in the gallery. Stroll around the grounds and outbuildings including Little Goose Creek Lodge, Mr. Brinton’s hunting cabin. To download our rack card/info brochure please click here.
Built in 1892 by William Moncreiffe, the Ranch House on the Quarter Circle Ă Ranch, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Bradford Brinton purchased the property in 1923. It opened to the public as a memorial to Western art and history through his sister Helen Brinton’s will in 1961. The Brintons’ collection, on display in its original setting, includes splendid artwork by Charles M. Russell, Frederic Remington, Edward Borein, Frank Tenney Johnson, Hans Kleiber & Bill Gollings and many others. Follow Us on Facebook!
Wyoming State Parks, The Brinton Museum Video (2011) In 2010 the Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum (now renamed, The Brinton Museum) was awarded the Wyoming Governor’s Arts Award.