Tate Geological Museum
Learning continues at Casper College: COVID-19 and CC's updates >
The mission of the Tate Geological Museum at Casper College is to provide educational resources to the community, researchers and visitors. Our position as a regional Earth Science Education Center is maintained by exhibits, educational programs, active collecting and collections preservation.
We are FREE and open to the public.
News and Events:
The Tate Geological Museum will be closed on Monday, July 5th. We will reopen on Tuesday, July 6th at 10:00am.
Due to Covid-19, we do have a few changes that we wanted to let you know about. Thank you in advance for working with us to protect everyone!
- The museum’s hours are 10 am to 4 pm Monday through Saturday
- We are asking everyone to wear masks out of respect for those staff members with immunocompromised family members and your fellow visitors.
- We have hand sanitizing stations available and encourage everyone to use them before and after your visit
- Do not visit if you have any Covid 19 symptoms or have tested positive, even if you “feel better”
All members receive the bi-monthly newsletter, the Tate Museum Geological Times, invitations to Members Only outings, exclusive access to birthday parties, admittance to our monthly Saturday Club and a 10% discount at the museum gift shop. We have Individual and Family level memberships and all memberships are good for one calendar year.
The book sells for $21 in our gift shop. If you can’t visit our gift shop, give us a call. 307-268-2447
Wholesale orders can be made by calling the gift shop or mailing the order form to the museum. Download the Form
“Dee and the Mammoth”
by Gene Gagliano, illustrated by Zak Pullen
“Dee and the Mammoth” is a children’s book written by Gene Gagliano of Buffalo, WY, and illustrated by Zak Pullen of Casper. It is inspired by the discovery of Dee the Mammoth, but in this story, Dee is a little girl who tells a story about a mammoth through letters from her dad who is working on a mammoth dig. The book also includes a DVD which features an audio version of the book, and a documentary film about the Tate Museum’s Dee the Mammoth.