The Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center is nestled in the heart of the Yellowstone Ecosystem on the edge of the National Elk Refuge. Representatives from seven government, non-profit, and private agencies staff the visitor center.
The Visitor Center's striking architecture and distinctive sod roof are only the beginning. Inside you will find not only a friendly and knowledgeable staff, but also a wealth of information pertaining to all facets of visiting and living in the Greater Yellowstone area.
You will be educated and delighted by our dioramas and museum displays highlighting the local flora and fauna and geology of Jackson Hole, The National Elk Refuge, The Bridger-Teton National Forest, and Grand Teton National Park.