The mission of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is to collect, preserve and explore the cultural, and related natural history of Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone area through education, research, public programming and collaboration. We are temporarily closed due for the health and safety of our guests, members, staff and community. Please call or email for online research...
Jackon Hole ski area's main attraction ranks as the most challenging mountain to ski in the country.
About 12 miles from the heart of Jackson, this trail is not as strenuous as some but offers a spectacular view of the Grand Tetons and the occasional antelope.
A wildlife refuge located north of Jackson, WY that provides winter habitat for Jackson's elk herd. Seasonal hours of operation are listed on the web site for the Visitor Center, Historic Miller House, and Winter Sleigh Ride program.
From the outside, this museum looks like a natural rock outcropping; inside this building lies some of the world's finest wildlife art.