Wyoming Town Plans for Aviation Museum

May 23, 2014 No Comments by

Hoping to better tap into the flow of tourist dollars, the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce in Wyoming is making progress in its efforts to open an aviation museum at the South Big Horn County Airport.

Selena Brown, who volunteers for the chamber, said she and other chamber officials are working with the Wyoming Department of Transportation to get the required paperwork filled out and lining up contractors and volunteers to make improvements to the proposed site of the museum, which will be alongside the rest area.

Brown pointed out that the aviation museum was a priority identified by the community during last year’s assessment, and that once it’s in place, it’ll give visitors another good reason to stop in the Greybull area, rather than just passing through.

For the complete story by Nathan Oster of the Greybull Standard, click here.

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