Casper Museum Consortium

The Consortium came together in 1998 as a joint venture between the City of Casper and the Natrona County School District with the common goal of marketing the top-notch facilities we have in Casper to both in and out of town visitors. We have grown into a relevant and useful organization in this community.

© 2018 by Casper Museum Consortium.

400 E. Collins St., Casper, WY 82601

307-235-5247

thenic.org

 

Wed - Sat., 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

 

Admissions:

NIC members are FREE!

 

Children ages 3 -17 - $3

Children under 2 – FREE

Seniors/Students (with ID) - $3

Active duty military (with ID) – FREE

Admission is FREE for "Family Free Sundays," which is sponsored by The McMurry Foundation.

The Nicolaysen Art Museum

The Nicolaysen Art Museum, known throughout the region as The NIC, has occupied its current 25,000 square foot location at 400 East Collins since 1989, when an extensive renovation of the 1914 Mountain States Power Company building was completed. The NIC is a full service institution that offers programs to the city of Casper and to the state of Wyoming.

 

The NIC prides itself as being a cultural anchor for the community, offering exhibits and special events that engage and celebrate diverse artists and artistic influences. While The NIC’s primary focus is exhibiting the work of contemporary artists, through its permanent collection of over 8,000 works, the museum also showcases works by renowned Western artists and the great masters. The NIC’s Discovery Center is open during regular hours for artistic exploration and creativity. Through the Center, The NIC also offers art education and therapeutic art programs  and workshops throughout the year.

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