About the Jackson Hole History Museum:
Jackson Hole Wyoming is known for its interesting and colorful characters, past and present. At the Jackson Hole History Museum, the stories of these characters, their lives and the environment that shaped and influenced these individuals, come alive. No visit to Jackson Hole is complete without a visit to the Museum.
The museum's exhibitions focus on how yesterday’s necessary activities have evolved into the recreational activities of today. Interactive exhibits entertain both young and old. Children receive an activity book with paid admission and can earn a sheriff’s badge.
Where is the museum?
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is conveniently located on 225 North Cache – the main road from Jackson to Grand Teton National Park.
When is it open?
The Jackson Hole Historical Society research facility is open daily from Memorial Day Weekend through mid-September. Hours are 10am to 6pm Monday through Saturday and Noon to 5pm on Sundays. Winter hours vary. Please call for up to date information (307) 733-2414.
How much does it cost to visit?
- Adult: $6
- Seniors (60 ): $5
- Students (6-18): $4
- Children (5 and under): FREE
- JHHSM Members: FREE
- No admission fee is charged for the independent use of the research facility.