Opened in 1967, the Judith Basin County Museum is located next to the County Court House. The Museum depicts history from the transition from cattle ranching to sheep-herding the the begining of the homesteaders. The cowboy artist, Charlie Russell, was a cowboy of the Judith Basin Pool.
You will find historical pictures, handmade clothing of the early homesteaders and many other interesting artifacts. There are over 2,000 sets of salt and pepper shakers and a collection of 5,000 buttons.
There is no fee, just donations. There is a small gift shop.