No smiles from the girl taking our order, the food was not served hot enough and was just average. The coffee was great!
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Museum of the Mountain Man is a very respectable effort to give you a glimpse into the life of the 'Mountain Man.' My wife and I enjoyed if very much and appreciated the museum's effort to house such a collection of artifacts from that time period. I would definitely say it is worth your time passing through the area.
This unusual museum is staffed by knowledgeable personnel, both volunteers and paid staff. The exhibits are excellent and well done with the first floor devoted to the Mountain Man era and the basement dedicated to the local area. The downstairs library in well stocked and intended for research by scholars. Help is available in the library. I drove from Jackson to visit this museum and considered the drive well worth the trip. For some strange reason they do not allow RV parking overnight in the large adjacent unimproved parking lot. This convenience would allow more time for study of the museum's excellent collection and additional time for scholarly research in the excellent library.
A wonderful, artifact illustrated history of the Mountain Men that we have heard so much about. This area was prime Mountain Man country about 175 years ago and this museum answers a lot of questions about this colorful character. The answers aren't always what you would expect, and you have to have respect for what they endured.
The museum is surprisingly well done for being in such a small town. Like the Three Trails Museum in Casper, but on a smaller scale. The exhibits are very nice and informative. The staff was also very friendly.