IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! The lifts are closed, days are longer, thoughts drift to school closing and that age-old question: how can we possibly get back to Jackson Hole for our summer vacation? WE HAVE THE ANSWER. Our Super […]
Carve out some time during your day to visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Featuring premier collections of the country’s wildlife art, you will not be disappointed by the magnificent pieces held within the museum’s walls.
The museum is artfully located across from the National Elk Refuge and is not only breathtaking from the outside and remarkable from the inside, but absolutely captivating when the two come together and mix with the beauty of the artwork.
Current museum exhibits include the Western Visions Annual Show & Sale and Rugged Impressionism – The Masterful Field Studies of Carl Rungius. Admission prices are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors 60+, $6 for children 5-18 and free for children under 5.
For more information on the museum visit www.wildlifeart.org.
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