From dinosaurs and art, to history and science, you can fill up your summer with the 2017 Passport to Adventure Hunt. It's the 15th year of the Passport, a summer program presented by the Casper Museum Consortium. It encourages Casper residents to visit at least 6 of the 13 museums in the Passport. At each one, you'll answer an "Adventure Question" and get the Passport stamped.  When you turn in the Answer Sheet by August 31st, you'll be in a drawing for one of 8 Grand Prize Packages, each highlighting great things to do in the Casper area.

Rachel Hedges with the Casper Museum Consortium says the Passport to Adventure is an affordable way to keep kids during the summer and although it's directed at the younger set, adults can also get involved. "When Grandma takes the grandkids, Grandma can enter and win too, " she gives as an example, "because these prizes are really family-based. So it's great when an adult wins a prize, too. It's not just a kid's program."

The Passports feature the artwork of Zak Pullen, and are available at any one of the participating museums:

  • Art 321
  • Bishop Home
  • Casper Planetarium
  • Crimson Dawn
  • Fort Caspar Museum
  • Mormon Handcart Historic Sites
  • National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
  • Nicolaysen Art Museum
  • The Science Zone
  • Tate Geological Museum
  • Werner Wildlife Museum
  • Western History Center
  • Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum.