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Must-See Destination #8: The National Museum of Wildlife Art

 

Any of you folks lucky enough to have been to National Museum of Wildlife Art? And yes, of course we have a webcam there to see the area live any time you please:  Check it out here!

Its 51,000 square feet has 14(!) extensive galleries, with the works of the revered Carl Rungius and Bob Kuhn as the centerpiece.

There’s more, much more, than just the traditional gallery experience: a sculpture trail, museum shop, restaurant, children’s area, and fully-stocked library, make it a completely immersive experience.

Its appearance is inspired by Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. And being situated on a bluff, the East Gros Ventre Butte, adds spectacular appeal to the ambiance.

You really don’t want to miss out on this award-winning experience.

The SeeJH Weekly Bucket-List Recap! Week #16…

The SeeJH Weekly Bucket-List Recap!!!
Week #16

What better place to find out where to go, who to see, and what to do, when you’re visiting the Jackson Hole area than by checking in with us at See Jackson Hole?

There is no better place!

There’s so much to share with you, we can’t help but overwhelm your to-do list. But then again, would you want it any other way?

We’re serious about showing you the fun you can have.

Here’s a recap–with site and webcam links–of all the places we’ve featured this week right here on our page, just in case you missed a post or two. Don’t want you missing out on a good thing…

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A Star-Spangled Winter Approaches

Jackson Hole is famous for its cultural atmosphere. We have a bevy of art galleries, craftsmen, the Old West feel, and on and on. Included in all of this fantastic activity is music. If you’re a regular visitor to our site, you’ve seen our many postings and calendar entries for musical performances ranging across the genre-spectrum, performed everywhere from outdoor fields to churches to theaters.

Enter stage left our 2018 Star-Spangled Grand Teton Music Festival’s Winter Festival! A musical and scientific exploration of 20th-Century America’s heritage. Read more