With an internationally acclaimed collection of over 5,000 cataloged items, the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, serves to enrich and inspire public appreciation of fine art, wildlife, and humanity’s relationship with nature. The stunning building overlooks the 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge and is en route to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. There is a seamless connection between the Museum, its mission, subject matter, and wilderness location. The Greater Yellowstone Region is one of the few remaining areas of the United States where native wildlife still roams abundantly and free.
The Museum offers an exciting calendar of exhibitions from the permanent collection and changing exhibitions from around the globe. Museum visitors enjoy 14 distinctive galleries, Museum Shop, Rising Sage Café, Children’s Discovery Gallery, Library, and unique programming for all ages. A complete schedule of exhibitions, programming, and special events are online at WildlifeArt.org.