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Expensive. Unless you have an appreciation for wilderness art from specific periods, I prefer to walk the free galleries around the square. No discounts for large groups or families.More
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WildlifeArtJH, Public Relations Manager at National Museum of Wildlife Art, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for sharing your feedback about our Museum. You are correct, there are many phenomenal art galleries in Jackson that do not require an admission fee. However, we are a non-profit museum, and provide educational opportunities and display artwork that is not...More
My whole family enjoyed our trip here. My son never left the children's section, but loved every minute sketching. My husband and I explored the collection. Worth your time. Take the time to walk the sculpture garden if the weather is pretty.
This is definitely worth a visit but make sure it is open before you go. Wonderfully realistic paintings of bison and grizzlies and lots more. Take the time to walk around the grounds for some hidden treasures.
This is a beautiful museum that houses a large collection of wildlife art with many galleries. We ate a delicious lunch at the museum cafe, Palate, while taking in the expansive views of the Elk Refuge. There is also a wonderful outdoor Sculpture Trail that...More
If you are in the Jackson area and love art, this museum is not to be missed. The museum has a wonderful collection of wildlife paintings and sculpture created by a wide range of artists and periods. Some pieces are for sale. If you are...More
The National Museum of Wildlife Art In Jackson, Wyoming, boasts more than 5,000 catalogued artworks and 550 artists represented in its permanent collection, including works by George Catlin, Karl Bodner, Albert Bierstadt, Frederic Remington, Charles Marion Russell, John James Audubon, N.C. Wyeth, Mark Catesby, Friedrich...More
Magnificent collection of paintings, sculptures and pottery. Some old, some new. My favourites were the bronzes, so lifelike and beautiful. A little outside the town of Jackson, I caught a ride there and enjoyed the walk back into town past the National Elk Refuge. Great...More