The Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center is currently housed in a 30' x 40' log building located in the northeastern corner of the Center's 12 acre property. At the Center, visitors can learn about the color, conformation, and behavior of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses as well as the history of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. Visitors can learn how and where to best view the wild horses as the Center keeps track of the current location and status of individual horses. There are often domesticated descendants of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses available for viewing on the Center's property. The Center also offers a selection of items for sale in the gift shop related to the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses as well as other herds.
The museum is located just east of Lovell, Wyoming on Highway 14A. For further information on our hours and location, please click here.
The Center plans to build a larger museum in the future. This 16,000 square foot building will contain both permanent and traveling exhibits. An orientation theater will give visitors a full multimedia interpretation presentation. A library, classrooms, a multipurpose room, and offices will complete the ground level floor. A second level observation deck will provide an elevated view of the Pryor Mountains to the north.