Open since 1987, the National Museum of Wildlife Art contains more than 5,000 cataloged drawings, paintings, sculptures and sketches, the nation's premier public collection of artwork devoted to the wild animals of North America - and the world.
"Nowhere else can you see such a concentration of quality art that investigates our relationship to the other creatures with whom we share this planet," says curator Adam Harris.
Comprised of 14 distinctive galleries, the museum features temporary and traveling exhibitions, a sculpture trail, gift shop and cafe, Children's Discovery Gallery, and a research library with 5,000 volumes about wildlife art, natural history and the American West.
While dedicated primarily to artwork of animals native to North America, the museum also exhibits art of species found in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Admission: $12 Adult; $10 Senior (60+); $6 Children ages 5-18; Free - Children under 5
Hours: Daily, 9:00AM – 5:00PM. Closed Major Holidays
Address: 2820 Rungius Road, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
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