Wyoming Frontier Prison Logo
Under lock & key since 1901
  
 
 
 
 

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Welcome to a Piece of Wyoming's History

The Wyoming Frontier Prison includes guided tours through the Prison, the Wyoming Peace Officers' Museum, a new exhibit on the current Wyoming State Penitentiary, and our own prison museum. The Old Pen Gift Shop is also on site along with the City of Rawlins walking path that will take you up to the old prison cemetery.

For a chronological history of events, please see our brochure.

Museum & Tour Schedule:
Come hang with us!
Questions? Call (307)324-4422


September 29th-October 16th
**Winter Tour Schedule**
Museum:
Monday-Thursday
9am-5pm

Tours:
Monday-Thursday
10:30am
1:30pm

The Wyoming Frontier Prison will be
closed, and tours will not be offered
Friday, Saturday & Sunday


The tour schedule is subject to change
without notice.


Come hang with us

For large groups (10 or more) a reservation is required. Please call (307)324-4422, from 9am-5pm (US Mountain Time), Monday-Friday, to make a reservation.


We are located at 500 West Walnut
in historic Rawlins, Wyoming 82301
Find us on the Map

Your pets are always welcome!

Are you intimately familiar with the Old Pen? If so, we're looking for your help!

The Old Pen is looking for first hand accounts from people who served time in or were employed at the Wyoming Frontier Prison and/or artifacts from the Wyoming Frontier Prison or the Wyoming State Penitentiary.

If you have any personal stories to tell, please include your name and contact information and e-mail them to Wyomingfrontierprison@gmail.com


Upcoming events

October 1st:
Reservations open for
Halloween Tours

Monday October 13th:
Closed for Colunbus Day


October 24th, 25th & 31st:
Halloween Tours

December 6th:
Christmas Out of the Big House

June 6th 2015:
4th Annual Pen to Pen Fun Run

 






 

 


 

 


 
PHOTO GALLERY

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    Photos courtesy of Wyoming State Archives unless otherwise noted.