The mission of the Wray Museum is to inspire appreciation and understanding of the vibrant history of Wray and the surrounding area through the documentation, study, and exhibition of artifacts in order to foster community pride and enhance the quality of life for present and future generations.
The Wray Museum is excited to announce a new type of exhibits called Community Collections. These bimonthly displays provide opportunities for local residents to temporary showcases their talents and personal collection items for public viewing. These displays are designed to promote the Museum’s mission through with engagement with visual art and compliment this year’s Museum exhibits which focus on Yuma County Ranching Heritage. Click on the links below to find out more about these Community Collection Exhibits:
Rodeos, Ropings, & Yuma County Fair Royalty
Western Works of Art
COVID 19 cOMMUNITY cHRONICLE
As our community collectively navigates through this difficult and unprecedented time, the Wray Museum is putting together a COVID 19 Community Chronicle and we need your help! Click on the link below to find how you can submit your stories and photographs of your personal stories about what you did during the Stay Home/Stay Healthy orders.