Welcome to the Stagecoach Museum

The Stagecoach Museum is located at 322 South Main in Lusk, WY, in the former Wyoming National Guard Armory. It houses a large amount of relics from the 19th-and 20th-centuries when Lusk was a notorious cow town and busy homesteader area.

The second floor of the museum features an authentic stagecoach that was used on the Cheyenne to Black Hills Stage and Express Line, carrying passengers and gold. Of course it was robbed by road agents and shot at by Indians.

Other buildings include a large, attached metal building containing everything from a two-headed calf to a “kitchen” to bathtubs to buggies. Outside you can visit an old-time store and a one-room schoolhouse.

The Stagecoach Museum is open May through October and the hours are from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, open by appointment on Saturday and Sunday. The organization is nonprofit, financed by entrance fees, grants, and donations. The entrance fee is $2 for adults and is worth every cent.

Stagecoach Museum
P.O. Box 367 - 322 S. Main Street
Lusk, WY 82225 (307) 334-3444

For more information about this website contact the Niobrara County Library at dsturman@niobraracountylibrary.org