The National Museum of Wildlife Art
Overlooking the National Elk Refuge is a unique building that houses the nation’s premier collection of fine art devoted to wildlife. For young visitors, there’s a Children’s Gallery–a self-directed activity center for ages 3 – 10. After browsing in the galleries, stop by the Rising Sage Café for a delicious lunch or snack.
Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum
Located on Cache, just off the town square, this museum’s exhibits capture the spirit and the culture of the early days of Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and the Yellowstone region, featuring an outstanding collection of American Indian artifacts, as well as fur trade era tools and firearms, and items from the ranching and pioneer settlement era.
The Clubhouse: JH Children’s Museum
Explore and learn in this new facility in downtown Jackson. Help your children learn through play in the interactive science and exploration room, creativity lab and art studio, and role-play areas.
Jackson has many galleries to choose from, most of which are either on or around the town square. The local paper, the Jackson Hole News&Guide has a listing of all galleries and museums.