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Fort Caspar Museum and Historic Site

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Casper took its name from Fort Caspar, a fully reconstructed frontier outpost which draws large numbers of visitors every year. It was named after Lieutenant Caspar Collins, who was killed in the 1865 Battle of Platte Bridge Station against the Lakota and Cheyenne. The Fort Caspar Museum features reconstructed buildings, including a stockade and a replica of the Mormon ferry that operated in Casper from 1847-1849. Head inside the Interpretive Center where you can walk through Casper’s first 100 years with objects from the museum’s collection and learn about the community’s history through interactive videos.

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Facility Info
  • Largest Room 1845
  • Total Sq. Ft. 2445
  • Theatre Capacity 120
  • Rounds 0
  • Banquet Capacity 80
  • Number of Rooms 2
  • Classroom Capacity 20

Events

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Dec 07

Candlelight Christmas at the Fort

calendar icon December 7, 2019

Fort Caspar Museum and the Fort Caspar Museum Association invite you to join us on Saturday, December 7th, between 5:30 and...