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.

National Museum of Wildlife Art strives to enrich and inspire public appreciation of fine art and humanity’s relationship with nature by focusing its exhibitions and programs on wildlife. The National Museum of Wildlife Art welcomes visitors daily year round. Learn more on their Web site.

Latham Jenkins

Blogger, Photographer and Publisher of Jackson Hole Traveler. A 20+ year resident of Jackson Hole who spent his summers in college guiding scenic raft trips in Grand Teton National Park and just never left!

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