The Buffalo Bill Historical Center’s educational programs help our visitors learn in an enjoyable and educational atmosphere and so acquire a deeper understanding of the American West.
Join us for a unique opportunity to learn Dutch oven cooking at our workshop June 29, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Nothing tastes better than campfire cooking! So, dust off your Dutch ovens and learn how to create delicious food from our seasoned chuckwagon cook, Ron Reed. Participants will cook a meal over an open fire using Dutch ovens and charcoal. All food and supplies will be provided, but we encourage participants to use their own Dutch ovens if they prefer. Call Emily Buckles at 307.578.4110 to register in advance. $75 for non-members; $65 for Center members.
Join us April 19 and May 18 for Family Fun Days full of activities, programs, and always a few surprises. Click here to find out more.
This time of year, the birds of our Greater Yellowstone Raptor Experience make appearances at 2 p.m. daily in our Braun Garden (or in cases of inclement weather, in the lower level of the Draper Museum of Natural History).
Our natural history experts also take participants to the field for informal educational experiences. Past trips have included prowling for owls, watching for eagles, studying the predators of Yellowstone National Park, and even delving into geology and fossils.
For more information about future trips, e-mail Interpretive Specialist Emily Buckles, or call her at 307.578.4110.
Summer days at the Center are filled with spotlights in our galleries, programs in our gardens, demonstrations out front, even samples of chuck wagon cooking, safety tips when visiting bear country, and the live raptors of our Greater Yellowstone Raptor Experience. Here’s a look ahead to the summer schedule:
For more information e-mail Emily Buckles, or call her at 307.578.4110.