Even a cowboy occasionally needs to wander into town! Jackson, Wyoming is the gateway to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park – the last stop for “civilization” before heading out on your adventure. Is it known best for it’s magnificent scenery, western boardwalks, and more shopping than you can fit in a day.
Inspired by the Grant Teton area, the National Museum of Wildlife Art has a natural synergy with the surrounding landscape. It overlooks the 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge. Take a walk through exhibits filled with American art from the 19th and 20th centuries. Experience the 3/4 mile outdoor Sculpture Trail, with each piece of art complementing the natural landscape.
Around the Town Square, you will find restaurants for all tastes from good ol’ American cooking to fine dining. There is also an eclectic mix of shops – take some time to wander around the antique shops, or stock up for your foray into a true western experience.
There is something for everyone in Jackson, WY. For more information, visit the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce website.