Collect, Preserve, Educate. The Campbell County Rockpile Museum tells the story of the Powder River Basin. Located in Gillette, Wyoming, the Rockpile Museum has exhibits about each of the different periods in the history of the Powder River Basin. The museum houses large collections of fossils, Native American artifacts, rifles, saddles, horse-drawn vehicles, and energy industry equipment. Hands-on and interactive activities throughout the exhibits make for a fun and informative experience for your group of any size or age. There are also videos related to the mining, transportation, and use of coal from the local mines. The museum has a full schedule of temporary exhibits, educational programming, and special events each year.
Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Monday through Saturday *Closed Sundays and Most Holidays (Open Memorial Day, Half of Independence Day, and Labor Day). Admission Fees: Adults $10, Groups of 5+ $8/person, Seniors $8, Students $5.
FREE ADMISSION FOR: Members, Children 5 & Under, Veterans and Spouse, Active Duty Military and Families
Member Since: 2012