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The interpretive center is open Wednesday – Saturday

HOURS: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Per the latest guidance from the CDC, we ask that all visitors wear masks while inside the interpretive center.


Join us for the 2022 Winter Program Series!

Our annual series of programs is back! Learn more about this year’s topics by clicking here.

*Please note, space for each program is limited, so reserve your spot now by signing up here or by calling the Center at 307.754.8000.



Learn about our National Historic Landmark site, our foundation’s mission, and our award-winning interpretive center.

Find details about the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center: hours, admission rates, special exhibits, events, & accessibility info.

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Support our mission to preserve the “Heart Mountain Relocation Center” site and to tell the story of those who were incarcerated here.

Recreating a Taste of “Home”: The Challenge of Finding Good Food While Incarcerated

by Emily Anderson The first meals at Heart Mountain and the other incarceration camps, as recalled later by former incarcerees,...

Wyoming Educators Invited to Apply for February Workshop at Heart Mountain

Heart Mountain Interpretive Center invites educators to apply for a professional development workshop focused on the 80th anniversary of Executive...

2022 Winter Program Series

The Winter Program Series returns with three brand new topics in 2022! Join us in January, February, and March and...

Applications Open for 2022 NEH Educator Workshops

Beginning Monday, November 15, the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation will be accepting applications from educators to participate in two weeklong...

Dusted Off: Recent Acquisitions

Visit the interpretive center to view our current exhibit featuring some incredible objects from when Heart Mountain was operating during...

Father Luke Yokota

by Krist Jessup In the southwest corner St. Matthew’s Cathedral in Laramie, Wyoming, there is an unassuming stained-glass window that...

Japanese American Pioneers of the Bighorn Basin

by Dakota Russell Heart Mountain will always dominate any conversation about Japanese American life in Wyoming. That’s no surprise. In...

Our Podcast: Look Toward the Mountain

Our new podcast, Look Toward the Mountain, tells the stories of Japanese Americans who were incarcerated at Heart Mountain. Told through...

Arthur & Estelle: A Heart Mountain Love Story

This week, we'll be exploring the arts at Heart Mountain. Executive director Dakota Russell kicks things off with this program...

From Barbed Wire to Battlefield

Discover stories of young Japanese Americans who were uprooted from their communities and removed to live behind barbed wire during...

Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation Coronavirus Response

Health & Safety Protocols: The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation takes the safety of our members and visitors seriously. To that...

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