The Art Association of Jackson Hole is dedicated to encouraging a vital, creative community by providing everyone with exposure to, education in and enjoyment of a wide variety of art experiences. We provide art education for all ages, a gallery for exhibitions, events for artists to sell their work and more.
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum collects, preserves, and explores the cultural, and related natural, history of Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone area through education, research, public programming, and partnership. Visit our museum in downtown Jackson, Wyoming to learn more about Native Americans, Fur Trappers and Explorers, Homesteaders, Ranchers, outdoor recreationalists, and our contemporary community. Visit our website for more details.
Perfectly located in the center of what was the Rocky Mountain Rendezvous system, the museum’s collections will draw you into the romantic era of the 1800’s Mountain Man. Opened in 1990, the Museum of the Mountain Man has gained a national reputation for its interpretation of one of America’s legendary eras, the adventurous fur trade. In addition to noteworthy exhibits, the museum offers educational programs and experiential learning opportunities for all ages. Visiting scholars deliver engaging presentations and hands-on demonstrations that explore and define the history of the mountain man, Plains Indian culture and the area’s natural history.
We invite you to experience the lifestyle of a 1920s and 30s gentleman’s working ranch. Take a guided tour of The Brinton Museum’s Main Ranch House, view the Native American Gallery and our featured art exhibitions in the gallery. Stroll around the grounds and outbuildings including Little Goose Creek Lodge, Mr. Brinton’s hunting cabin.
The Nicolaysen Art Museum and Discovery Center is a non-profit contemporary art museum whose mission is to showcase significant contemporary art of the Rocky Mountain region. Hosting a schedule of 12-15 exhibits annually, the Museum also features permanent galleries of Classic Western Art and European Masters. The “NIC” holds the country’s largest collections of works by 20th century western artist Conrad Schwiering and German illustrator Carl Link. The Discovery Center is a favorite place for kids of all ages to explore art of their own creation.
As an academic museum and a leader in the arts, the University of Wyoming Art Museum concentrates on furthering programs that engage students and visitors in discussions that broaden an understanding of diverse perspectives, viewpoints, and cultures.