We didn’t pay to go thru the museum but the little kids loved all the stuffed and bronze animals and the animal prints embedded in the tile floor. Great view for the elk that gather during the winter season
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My wife wanted to visit this location but it wasn't on my "must" list. I was impressed, however, and enjoyed our afternoon here. The restaurant was also quite good (I had a "watermelon salad" that looked so good my wife ordered the same thing when...More
Hi Vanlippe, Thank you so much for visiting with us and writing such a descriptive review! When we first opened our doors as the “Wildlife of the American West” Museum in 1987, we were located in Jackson (off the town square) and the collection was...More
Plan enough time to enjoy the beautiful exhibit. Paintings have descriptions next to them. Take time to read them, as it is very educational.
Fell in love with the sculpture of the otters in white marble!! Just driving up to the museum overlooking the Elk Refuge is breathtaking. The sculpture trail is a must-do!
If you are deterred by the idea of a museum filled only with landscapes where the buffalo roam, etc. please don't be!While they do have plenty of those, there is a wide selection of paintings from across the country and every period of history on...More
Hi, Thank you so much for taking the time to write a descriptive review, we really appreciate it! I love how you commented on the lobby, as I feel sometimes that area gets overlooked. It’s such a large space, it can be overwhelming to look...More
The place is an art piece itself. It has great views of the elk refuge and plenty of parking. Go here to see famous pieces from artist Andy Warhohl. There is an abundant amount of sculptures and traditionals that portray wildlife in an amazing way....More
The Museum contains a unique collection of wildlife art that does an excellent job of depicting the historical views of wildlife. Humans have seen wildlife in different ways throughout recent history and these views are traced in the art exhibited here. A wonderful collection and...More
My husband and I spent several hours enjoying both the interior and exterior of this remarkable museum. Outside is a walk dotted with wonderful sculptures of animals. Inside the museum, the architecture is striking as you walk in on the upper level and look from...More