Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Jackson Hole Museum

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A much-expanded and year-round museum debuted in 2011. See exhibits about area homesteaders, and find out how Dead Man's Bar got its...

Museum of the Mountain Man

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Preserving the history of the area's trapper heritage, this museum displays 19th-century guns, traps, clothing, and beaver pelts. There's...

National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

The local variety is known as the Rocky Mountain bighorn, but you can learn about all kinds of bighorn sheep here. Among the exhibits...

National Elk Refuge

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife abounds on this 25,000-acre refuge throughout the year. From late November to March, the highlight is the more than 7,000 elk,...

National Museum of Wildlife Art

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See an impressive collection of wildlife art—most of it devoted to North American species—in 14 galleries displaying the work of...

Sinks Canyon State Park

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At Sinks Canyon State Park, the Popo Agie (pronounced pa- po -sha, meaning "Tall Grass River" to the Crow Indians) flows into a limestone...

South Pass

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As you drive south of Pinedale along U.S. 191, the mountains of the Wind River Range seem to fade to a low point. This is South Pass,...

South Pass City State Historic Site

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South Pass City, 2 miles west of Atlantic City, was established in 1867 after gold was discovered in a creek called Sweetwater in 1842.

Town Square

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You can spend an entire day wandering around Jackson's always-bustling Town Square, crisscrossed with walking paths and bedecked with...

Wind River Historical Center

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Displays here focus on Wind River tie hacks (workers who cut ties for railroads), local geology, and the archaeology of the Mountain...

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