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AROUND TOWN A ND COUNTRY To buy tickets to the National Museum of Wildlife Art and for more information, please visit WildlifeArt.org/Visit. National Museum of Wildlife Art | WildlifeArt.org ABOUT JACKSON HOLE The very name Jackson Hole is synonymous with outdoor adventure and wildlife sightings. A paradise for art lovers and becoming better known as an arts destination. The many cultural offerings—including the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the seven-week Grand Teton Music Festival under the direction of internationally acclaimed maestro Donald Runnicles, the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, festive outdoor concerts and dance performances, lectures and arts gatherings at The Center for the Arts—create a diverse artistic community. JackonHoleChamber.com. HOW TO GET HERE Jackson Hole Airport’s original terminal, was built in the 1930s, resembled a small log cabin and had a single dirt runway. The agents who ran the airport would often have to chase horses off the runway as planes approached. Now, the airport is one of the busiest in Wyoming with nonstop air service (seasonally) from 13 U.S. destinations. Located just seven miles from the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Jackson Hole Airport is the only commercial airport in the country located inside a national park. JacksonHoleAirport.com. WHERE TO STAY The Wort Hotel (WortHotel.com) and other hotels in Jackson, including Amangani (Amangani.com) and Hampton Inn (HamptonInnJacksonHole.com/) offer special National Museum of Wildlife Art lodging packages for visitors. (ABOVE) Dan Ostermiller’s Tres Osos (Three Bears) as experienced at the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center, in Moose, Wyoming at the south entrance of Grand Teton National Park. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Marion 12


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