Interior view of the Fishing Bridge Museum.
The Fishing Bridge Museum is one of a series of "trailside museums" in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, designed by architect Herbert Maier in a style that has become known as National Park Service Rustic. It is one of three parts of a 1987-declared National Historic Landmark, the Norris, Madison, and Fishing Bridge Museums. It seems not to have been listed separately on the National Register of Historic Places as the other two were. Built in 1931, the Fishing Bridge Museum is the largest in the series, and is presently used as a small visitor center. The museum displays stuffed mounts of birds and animals found in Yellowstone Park.
- Fishing Bridge Museum & Visitor Center
- Fishing Bridge Museum, Museum Building, Southeast of Fishing Bridge & southwest of East Entrance Road, Fishing Bridge, Park, WY at the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS)
- Fishing Bridge Museum, Naturalist's Quarters, East of Museum & southwest of General Store, Fishing Bridge, Park, WY at HABS
Coordinates: 44°33′47″N 110°22′40″W / 44.563028°N 110.377694°W