PLAN YOUR VISIT
The Innovation Wyrkshop loves to give tours and host events for anyone and everyone! Drop-ins are always welcome. Whether your group wants to swing by and see the tech available, participate in an in-depth tour, or engage in any of our special events, we've got you covered. We only ask that larger groups please schedule ahead of time to make sure that your visit to the Innovation Wyrkshop is one to remember.
Hours that fit your schedule
Free admission and
no membership fees
Access to the Innovation Wyrkshop will always be free for makers of all levels, ages and abilities. You will never have to pay any membership fees to access the space or the equipment -- that's our promise to you.
Read more about the history of the makerspace and our accessibility.
How to find us
Our flagship makerspace, the Innovation Wyrkshop in Laramie, is located on the north end of the University of Wyoming campus in the Engineering, Education, & Research Building (EERB). Street parking is available on alternating streets in areas not designated for residents only.
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Innovation Wyrkshop - Laramie:
1108 E Bradley Street,
Laramie, WY 82072
Five new makerspaces opening soon!
Through a generous grant from the Department of Workforce Services -- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, we're gearing up to unveil five brand new Innovation Wyrkshops across the state. Each one is equipped with all the tech you'll need to make just about anything. Badges are cross-compatible too, which means learning how to use a 3D printer in one makerspace unlocks your ability to access that 3D printer in all of them!
The Innovation Wyrkshop has something for every age and interest, and our expert makerspace staff can help you plan a memorable STEAM experience for kids, teens, adults, or community groups from our large library of exceptional programs, resources, and classes.
Explore our activities
The Innovation Wyrkshop and our partners offer over 70 different courses for makers looking to learn just about anything. Everything from the woodshop to the polyjet printer is free to learn for anyone.