Permanent Collection and Exhibitons

National Museum of Wildlife Art

Jan. 3, 2024 - Dec. 31, 2027

2820 Rungius Rd
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Phone 307 733-5771

The National Museum of Wildlife Art is known for its architectural setting with the Jackson Hole landscape. A 51,000 square foot building was built using an Idaho quartzite for the exterior, inspired by the castles of Scotland.

The building offers a view of the 25,000 acre National Elk Refuge and is only 2.5 miles north of the town of Jackson, Wyoming.

The museum collection of art from the 19th and 20th centuries is an exploration of the American West. The vast holdings include various sporting art, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, and Modernism, in addition to special exhibitions.

A new Sculpture Trail introduces fine art sculpture into the fabric of Jackson Hole’s incomparable landscape. Designed by award-winning landscape architect, Walter Hood, the trail will features nearly 30 permanent and temporary works of art and offer an ever-changing view of art in the wild.

For more information visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art website.

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