National Museum of Wildlife Art

2820 Rungius Rd, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

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  • L A Heath   Oct 07, 2019

    Architecturally impressive building with a variety of pieces both old and new. The art was excellent however for me the building and its placement up on a hill overlooking the national elk refuge was the winner. No elks were seen, but the weather made it a perfect time to stand outside the museum and soak in nature's beauty.

  • Skylar Mason   Nov 23, 2019

    So cool. I went to Jackson a few years earlier and didn't even know this was there! I'm so glad we got to explore this museum. It had pretty famous artists in it like Georgia o'keffe. If you end up going to jackson I would recommend spending some time in the museums and art galleries.

  • Brent Mitchell   Oct 29, 2019

    Absolutely wonderful museum of Western American art! The Herb Alpert sculptures were amazing. Plan to spend more time than you ever thought you would. So much to see!

  • Adriana D   Nov 03, 2019

    Today I visited with a few friends to walk through the sculpture park while the museum is under construction. We had been walking through the grounds for about an hour when a man came out from the building. He had no name tag and didn't introduce himself to us. He asked where we came from and to stay away from the building. We told him we had parked in the museum lot and apologized for getting too close to the building. He then closely followed us silently as we made our way back through the sculpture walk. It was unsettling to have this man who never introduced himself follow a group of women silently for several minutes as we were pressured back into our cars. He then pointed to the museum closed sign. However there wasn't anything blocking pedestrian access to the sculpture walk or notice of the walk being closed as well. We had no problem leaving the premises but having an unnamed man follow us without saying a word as we got into our cars was uncomfortable and very unprofessional.

  • Jerry Zeller   Mar 04, 2020

    Our bus tour group visited this museum after taking a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge across the road. Very large and diverse displays. Also several children's learning areas although there were no children with our group. Very enjoyable way to spend an hour or two. There is something for everyone to enjoy.

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