Join the Meeteetse Museums for a tour of archaeological site Legend Rock on Saturday starting at 10:30 a.m. 

Legend Rock State Petroglyph Site is about 37 miles south of Meeteetse. It is “one of the oldest and best examples of the Dinwoody rock art in the world” where the public may view nearly 300 individual petroglyphs created up to 10,000 years ago. 

The tour of the ancient petroglyphs will be led by BLM archaeologist Marit Bovee and assistant superintendent of Hot Springs State Park John Fish.

If participants are interested in car-pooling, they can meet at 9 a.m. at the Meeteetse Museums.

Car-pooling is limited and not guaranteed. The tour will leave from the museums at 9:30 and begins on site at 10:30. Admission is free. 

Bring a lunch, water and binoculars.

While the walk is no more than 200 yards, hiking shoes or sneakers are recommended.

For more information call (307) 868-2423 or email info@meeteetsemuseums.org.

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