National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole
National Museum of Wildlife Art, considered to be the the world’s preeminent institute for wildlife art, is located on a Butte just 2.5 miles north of the town square in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. With over 76,000 visitors every year, the museum is a must see for any visitor to Jackson Hole.
The museum is situated on a dramatic cliff overlooking the 25,000 acre National Elk Refuge, affording views of the very wildlife it features in its collections. The 51,000 square-foot building houses 4 exhibition galleries, an interactive gallery for children, a conference room, two full-sized classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, the Rising Sage Café, Members’ Lounge, Library & Archives, and administrative space.