The Brinton Museum
The Brinton Museum, located in Big Horn, Wyoming, is the only museum in the US that maintains a historic and expanding Western and American Indian art collection on a beautifully preserved historic ranch at the foot of a mountain range.
The art, as well as the 600-acre Quarter Circle A Ranch, are an American treasure. Tour the historic grounds preserved as a gentleman’s working ranch and the Brinton Ranch House, which presents an extensive collection of fine Western art in its original setting. Featuring the tallest rammed-earth wall in North America, the new eco-conscious Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building displays wide-ranging curated seasonal exhibitions as well as iconic Western art, including paintings by Bodmer, Moran, Remington, Russell, Borein, and Gollings, and one of the finest collections of American Indian artifacts in existence.
Enjoy beautiful art and history in a relaxing and memorable Western ranch setting at the base of the Bighorn Mountains.
The Historic House is open for tours May 1 to October 31.
The Brinton Museum and Museum Store are open daily March 15 – December 23.