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A good place to get information about Mammoth Hot Springs area. Also, a good place for bathroom break. We were there twice, both times there were Elk in yard and nearby area. There are places to eat within walking distance.
First, the people working there are great. Super knowledgeable and helpful. Second, there are bathrooms on the lower level. Third, the exhibits are nice. I liked the history of the park one on the lower level a lot. And the animal one on the main...More
Albright is just one visitor center, and you need them if you really want to see the park.
They have trail recommendations and maps, information about where to stay and eat, where wildlife is being seen, what the weather forecast is, helpful staff, where to...More
Visited this visitor center (VC) on 08/13/18. Lydia/Park Ranger answered all of our questions & provided us with some ideas on how to maximize our 4 day visit to Yellowstone. There is a nice Park Store available & numerous displays on the first & second...More
This is my first stop in the Yellowstone, so we came there to get some info, we arrived at about noon in the mid-July, but parking is not tight, there are still several empty parking spaces (but the parking in the Lower terrace is more...More
This was the best visitor center of the 3 parks we visited. Parking was bad, but still worth it to go inside. They have some great animal wildlife exhibits and friendly rangers. Bathrooms are clean and up to date water bottle filling stations. There were...More
We stopped mostly because we were interested in the history of the building. It, like others nearby, we built to accommodate troops who first worked toward enforcing the status of Yellowstone as a National Park at a time when that concept was unfamiliar. Once inside...More
Horace Albright served as superintendent of Yellowstone park for ten years beginning in 1919 before going on to oversee the entire National Park System in 1929. Many don’t know but he was the main visionary behind the park to the south, Grand Teton which wouldn’t...More
Located about 5 miles (8.1k) inside the park’s north entrance station, near Mammoth Hot Springs, in a beautiful stone structure built in 1909 and one once part of Fort Yellowstone, Albright Visitor Center is the only visitor center open all year.
Typical of a National...More