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National Museum of Wildlife Art
The National Museum of Wildlife Art invites visitors to stand face to face with lifesized animal sculptures, take in vistas of the National Elk Refuge, and experience wildlife of the world through art.Visit the Site
The Museum’s location in Jackson Hole provides a rare opportunity for visitors to view wildlife in its natural habitat, alongside artwork that pays tribute to it.
Situated on a dramatic cliff overlooking the National Elk Refuge and winding Flat Creek, the National Museum of Wildlife Art appears to emerge from the earth like a natural outcropping of rock. As the nation’s only museum dedicated solely to wildlife art, the National Museum of Wildlife Art represents wild animals from around the world.
A canvas for the Museum’s inspiring collection , the open space and natural colors utilized throughout the website make the artwork the center of attention.
Sharing knowledge, imparting wonder and inspiring deeper connection to wildlife and nature.
As a non-profit institution, The National Museum of Wildlife Art depends on philanthropic support to bring their mission and vision to life. The website conveys the Museum’s deep connection with art and nature, and provides many opportunities for visitors and donors alike to support the Museum through information on public programs, volunteer opportunities, membership, fundraising events, and ways to give — including an ever present support button gently prompting users to donate.
The website paints a colorful picture of all that visitors can experience during their visit to the Museum.
The Plan Your Trip page is a one-stop-shop for visitors to learn everything they need to know to make the most of their visit.
This page provides visitors with everything they need to know about hours, tickets, and exhibitions. Seasonal admissions information makes makes trip planning for any time of year quick and easy.
Resources for different types of visitors ensure that this page speaks to everyone and anyone considering a trip to the Museum.
As visitors plan their trip, the Museum invites visitors to expand their museum experience with curated itineraries for including biking, wandering through the sculpture trail, or a meal overlooking the Elk Refuge as a part of any visit to the Museum.