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The museum is dedicated to art outside and features amazing sculpture, as well as wall art that takes your breath away. It is relatively small, making the exhibits more personal. Like the Phillips Gallery USED to be before the Smithsonian ruined it. I'd like to...More
Even though the museum is out of town, there is always something going on. Their art shows cycle regularly besides the permanent collection. The staff is always courteous and are willing to answer any of my silly questions.
They also host the photography at the...More
Driving up the hill overlooking the elk refuge, through the bronzes you know you are in a special place. The architecture blends into the hillside and can easily be missed. Once inside opening into a large atrium with magnificent sculptures and majestic stairway you get...More
This is a little known gem in Jackson. The exterior does not reflect the actual size since is is situated on a sloping hill. Museum featured a large selection of western scenes and wildlife. Everyone in our group of 20 loved the museum and the...More
Although museums are not always high on our list...this one we decided to make a stop at. We were glad we did. When we first arrived we thought we might be there for about an hour...but we were the for two hours. The Mangelsen exhibit...More
Inside and out, this museum is beautiful. The architecture of the building is in itself a work of art. The art work and photography was phenomenal... really well displayed and ample information about the artists. Didn't get to eat at the restaurant but it looked...More
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It was $14 for adults. $12 for seniors. Less for children. No AAA discount, but it was still worth every dollar, in my opinion.
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Very late, very long summer trip report - Grand Teton August (5 Replies)
Hi - this is a continuation of my very long, very late report from our August trip. We (me, Mom, sister, brother-in-law and their small children, J and C) drove from sunny southern California, spending 6 nights in Yellowstone then 2 in Grand Teton. A wonderful time was had by all! I spent year reading these forums (mostly lurking), so many thanks to everyone who posts here. Day 8 Saturday To Colter Bay, and float We left Old Faithful in Yellowstone late morning through the south...More
October 21, 2011|
I couldn't wait to finish reading your Teton report after reading all your Yellowstone reports. It sounds like your family had a wonderful vacation.
Kids fun in winter??.. December??? (3 Replies)
Hi everyone , Im already planning the winter trip to Jackson , this time with my daughter (8Years old) who is crazy to see the place and the snow . There are a couple questions . - Is mid/end of December a good time to see snow and for winter activities , last year I went in Mid January and I heard people talking about not so much snow , however after I left there was 2 weeks of big storms . I rather December cause my daughter has a few days off school . But Im not limited to that . -...More
June 24, 2012|
I believe the snow coach to Old Faithful has to be an overnight (at least it was in the past from Flagg Ranch). It came in w/the morning people, dropped them off, and picked up the people heading in for the evening. Its a long couple of hours and you arrive late afternoon so its almost worthwhile spending two nights so you have time to explore.