The Afton Heritage Hall of Fame first opened on July 5th, 2008 in the Afton Civic Center with the purpose being to honor those who have contributed to the success of Afton and the entire Star Valley Community. In addition to the people shown herein, it is planned that additional inductees will be added to the Hall of Fame in the coming years.
Star Valley Historical Society Barn Museum This historic barn, once owned by the University of Wyoming, is currently located on the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Afton. About the same time the old LDS Seminary building, previously located on the former Afton High School property, was moved to its new location on the Fairgrounds, the old dairy barn was given to the Star Valley Historical Society. The building underwent a renovation program to stabilize and reinforce the inside. In addition, new roofing and paint was added to the outside in preparation for being included in the National Barn Again barn restoration program in 2004. Location: The building may be seen at 138 South Washington (West First Avenue) in Afton. (GPS:42.73160N 110.934205W)
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Located at the Civic Center in Afton, Wyoming, the CallAir Museum commemorates the history of the Call Aircraft Factory founded in 1939 by Reuel Call. CallAir airplanes were designed, developed, and manufactured at Afton from about 1940 to 1970.
The building may be seen at 138 South Washington (West First Avenue) in Afton. The museum is open primarily during the summer months. Call (307) 885-5523 for more information. (GPS:42.73160N 110.934205W) Also, see this news article: https://www.pinedaleonline.com/news/2009/06/NewLanderTrailCenter.htm
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The current Star Valley Pioneer and History Museum is a joint venture between the Star Valley Historical Society and the Lincoln Camp of The Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP). The Center, affectionately referred to as the "Museum" or "Old Seminary Building", houses both the Star Valley Historical Society Archives as well as the Daughter of Utah Pioneers Museum.
The building is normally open during the summer months and during the Lincoln County Fair Week. There is no charge for admission. It is located at 138 South Washington (West First Avenue) in Afton. (GPS: 42.732l60N 110.93420W)