By Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board | February 10th, 2017
The National Museum of Wildlife Art, just 2.5 miles from town square, has more than 5,000 works of art representing wild animals from 2,500 BC to the present.
The Jackson Hole Center for the Arts is Jackson Hole's hub for artistic, cultural, and creative activity, with events and shows throughout the year.
Teton Pines Nordic Center has skate ski clinics, guided outings, and more for visitors looking to explore Jackson's winter wonderland outside of our world-class alpine skiing. For grooming updates on nordic skiing trails, check out JH Nordic.
With Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park right in our backyard, Jackson Hole is the perfect spot to explore the natural beauty of northwestern Wyoming.
Wildlife tour operators like Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures and Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris offer spectacular winter wildlife watching. Sightings can include bald and golden eagles, otters, bison, and more.
Check out Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures' video of elk playing Follow the Leader at the Elk Refuge: