A highlight is the Historic Bishop Home's Third Annual Historic Event that celebrates Casper's First Boom: "The Wool Growing Barons". Mark your calendars today for August 15, 2020. The evening will continue the tradition of an entertaining, educational, informational event that commemorates significant historical moments in the life of the Historic Bishop Home. We hope to see you at some or all of these events.
All events will be updated regularly on our website and Facebook page. May your day be filled with good health, happiness, and fond memories!!
-Leilani DeClue, Bishop Home House Manager,
The Historic Bishop Home & The Cadoma Foundation Board of Directors
The Historic Bishop Home is open for tours on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is located at 818 East 2nd Street between Lincoln and Jefferson. Parking is behind the home off Lincoln Street. Admission is $2.00 per person. The Historic Bishop Home is Casper's only house museum open to the public and focuses on the urban history of Casper as seen through lives of an early pioneer family. The home was built in 1907, the first multi-story brick home in Casper and the only Casper home individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For additional information on the home and how you can support the development of this historic home, visit www.cadomafoundation.org; follow us on Facebook; or call 307 235 5277.
Watch our website: www.cadomafoundation.org and Facebook, www.Facebook/BishopHomeMuseum-CadomaFoundation for additional events during the year.
or call 307 237 2443 or 307 235 5277 for information.