National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
Capture your students’ attention with hands-on learning tools.
To reserve a trunk call 307-261-7780.
Explore the clothing and daily tools of a western pioneer. Boys and girls can dress in the fashion of the time while studying from the prominent McDuffy’s learning series.
Lewis & Clark Trunk
Learn the skills of cartography by surveying your surroundings with the simple tools of the explorers. Read about past journeys while discovering new animals, plants, and food sources in your neighborhood.
Listen to the stories of our land. Discover the history of rocks, survival in the deserts, and how rivers move mountains. Learn how to better care for our environment by using our natural resources wisely.
Hold a buffalo horn and imagine eating stew prepared in the buffalo stomach. Pack water for your upcoming trip in the bladder and dried food into pouch made out of the hide.
This trunk, full of natural buffalo parts, comes with its own interpreter.
Please call 307-261-7780 to schedule a guest visit.
Native American Trunk
Listen to legends of the origins of our land. Discover how to make arrowheads, shelters, and the origins of many American games. This trunk offers a historical wisdom of ecology.