Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum
Military veterans have shaped our state and nation through their service and devotion. For many, that service did not stop when they reentered civilian life. The Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum preserves and shares the memory and legacy of Wyoming’s veterans. The VM shares their stories and accomplishments from the Spanish-American War to the Global War on Terror.
Besides veteran’s history, the VM preserves and shares the history of the Casper Army Air Base. CAAB trained B-17 and B-24 combat crews during the Second World War. Between 16,000 and 18,000 trainees passed through Casper before seeing service overseas. After the war, CAAB transformed into the modern Casper/Natrona County International Airport and served as a regional Air National Guard base.
The VM is based in the old CAAB Enlistedmen’s Service Club building. Veteran’s exhibits highlight individual service stories, while the “Wings of Freedom” exhibit explores CAAB’s history and impact. Our collection of military history and reference books are available to the public. Museum staff can provide guided tours, hands-on activities, and outreach programs upon request. For more current news and events, please check out our Facebook page.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday – Saturday
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The museum staff can schedule group tours.
For tour information and scheduling, please call the museum office at 307-472-1857 or fill out the form below.
If you would like to tour the CAAB yourself, try our new self-guided audio tour. Download the brochure below and start exploring.
Special thanks to the Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum, the Natrona County International Airport and the Casper College Western History Center for making this happen.