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Current Exhibitions at the Museum

The Infectious Culture of Wyoming Wildlife

Jackson Hole High School Student Curated Exhibit

Through February 6, 2022

  In the words of student curators Grace Curran, Kate Frederick, Madeleine Moore, and Sarahi Roldan: Microbes are a fascinating subject. In this exhibit, we chose to…

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National Geographic: 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs

Visually stunning experience reveals some of the most captivating photographs of the animal kingdom.

Through April 24, 2022

Joel Sartore. Aerial of gray wolves (Canis lupus) of the Malberg Pack near Malberg Lake in the Wilderness area near Ely, Minnesota. Museum visitors will witness some…

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While They’re Sleeping: A Story of Bears

This exhibit takes place during the winter months while the bears of the Teton Range are in hibernation – While They’re Sleeping.

Through May 15, 2022

Greg McHuron (American, 1945-2012). Alpine Flush, 2009. Watercolor on paper. 8 ⅝ x 13 ⅝ inches. 2009 Western Visions Trustees Purchase Award, National Museum of Wildlife Art,…

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Spirit Totems: Sculpture by Herb Alpert

Through October 1, 2024

In addition to being a world-renowned musician, Herb Alpert has spent more than half his life as a respected abstract expressionist painter and sculptor. Always personal and…

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Exploring Wildlife Art

National Museum of Wildlife Art Gallery Reinstallation

Through August 27, 2022

Exploring Wildlife Art Exploring Wildlife Art - National Museum of Wildlife Art Gallery Reinstallation features a new art of nature gallery layout with engaging new stories exploring…

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Upcoming Exhibits

See some of the amazing exhibits coming soon to the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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Past Exhibits

See some of the wonderful exhibits we have had the privilege to have on display here at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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Long Term Installations

Here are a few of the exciting installations permanently on display here at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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What People Are Saying

Although I am not a big fan of Western art, I thoroughly enjoyed the museum. The sculpture was stunning, and the views from the museum were beautiful. I learned so much about American artists, and the history of the difficulty in having wildlife paintings accepted by artists' organizations was fascinating. A lovely visit.

- Lyne from Tripadvisor

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