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Moulton barn was build in 19th century and still they maintain the place very wee..nice walk-around the barn and can see some tools and stuff they used in that period of time..the boards near the ban was grate as well as educational to you g...More
This is a fantastic place to get panoramic photos with the Tetons in the background. The barn is a historic place built in the 1800’s. It doesn’t take long to stop and see. It’s beautiful any time of day.
This is a stop well worth making. If you are at Mormon Row, go up to the T.A. Moulton barn. Try to go a sunset. It is moving. Iconic spot. There is not a back photo to be taken. Not with the backdrop of the...More
Worth the stop. Besides the barn there are a number of other buildings to walk around. Great for photography. Went back in the early evening to watch bison roam around the buildings. Of course with any wildlife, there are no guarantees.
Part of the stabilized historic district called Mormon Row, this barn has served for so many as the symbol of the west and of Jackson Hole. There is an interpretive sign of the six homestead remnants to be found and a self guiding brochure north...More
This is a beautiful iconic sight, however it's usually crowded. In order to take in all the beauty on your own I recommend getting there at sunrise or sunset. Those would be the best times for taking photos anyways.
Now I can cross off this destination that has been on my bucket list for forever!
Saw it during the day and at sunset! Snapped LOTS AND LOTS of photos. Best part, I was all alone! Beauty of being there in October.
Pretty easy to...More