The Wray Museum is a small town museum with many historical disciplines such as archaeology, anthropology, social history, military history, and local history. Guests enjoy permanent exhibits that are unique to our area; such as the Jones-Miller Archaeology Smithsonian exhibit, the Battle of Beecher Island room, The Shady Rest General Store, and the Coston Photography Collection. For over 130 years Wray has been growing and evolving into the town we know and love. Displays in the Rotating Exhibit Gallery features glimpses of our heritage and change annually.