The National Museum of Wildlife Art is proud to welcome more than 80,000 people through its doors annually, including more than 10,000 children. The Museum’s award-winning architecture is known for its amazing synergy with the Jackson Hole landscape. The 51,000 square foot building with its Idaho quartzite façade was inspired by the ruins of Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and echoes the rugged hillside behind the facility. It overlooks the 25,000 acre National Elk Refuge and is only 2.5 miles north of the town of Jackson, WY.
Latitude: 43.5209 Longitude: -110.748 Elevation: 6362 ft