National Museum of Wildlife Art COVID-19 UpdateMarch 13, 2020
National Museum of Wildlife Art Update:
As an institution in Jackson Hole, we want to do our part in alleviating the spread of COVID-19 so the Museum will temporarily close to the public, effective immediately. The safety and wellness of our visitors, board, volunteers, and staff is of utmost importance. Our staff, as much as possible, will be working remotely and we have postponed several events in the future as well.
Even though our doors may be closed, the Museum is still here for you. During this time of distancing, we encourage people to listen to an audio tour through our Museum App [with both an app and a web browser version available], search our online collection, watch the Elk Refuge Webcam, or take a virtual tour of the Museum. We will continue to serve our community and our mission as best as we can through the uncertain times ahead.
The Museum will stay vigilant and will share any updates as soon as possible with our supporters. We encourage everyone to practice prevention efforts, such as washing your hands frequently, covering your cough or sneeze with a sleeve or tissue, limiting physical contact, and staying home if you are sick.
Steve Seamons, Museum Director
& the entire National Museum of Wildlife Art Staff
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
- World Health Organization
- Teton County Health Department
- Local Teton County Hotlines:
- St John’s Health Evaluation Hotline 307-739-4898 Option 3
- St John’s Health Shortness of Breath Hotline 307-739-4898 Option 1
- Teton County Public Health Update Hotline 307-732-8628