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Weathering the Storm Together

When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about

As you may already know, for the safety of our Museum community, Jackson Hole and its visitors, we closed for 77 days earlier this year. When we reopened in early June we adopted a safety plan that included required face masks, visitor temperature checks, and social distancing throughout the galleries

This is the investment we made:

  • $13,000+ spent on additional supplies to keep visitors & staff safe and healthy
  • 5,000+ reusable face masks given to visitors
  • Ambassador Desk at Museum entrance to orient visitors and ensure safety protocols

The Museum will continue to weather this storm. To ensure this forward momentum, please consider giving to our annual fund.

Thank you for your consideration.

For questions or more information, contact donations@wildlifeart.org or (307) 732-5415.

To donate through the mail, download our Donation Form here.

Header Image: Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822–1899), Chamois Mother and Baby, 1888. Oil on Canvas. 10 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches. Gift of the 2003 Collectors Circle, National Museum of Wildlife Art.

What People Are Saying

If you’re anywhere near Jackson, I’d recommend that you drive 5 min out of town and visit this beautiful place. The sculptures are extraordinary and the building itself is just a unique place that looks like it grew out of the hillside.

- Craftty, Missouri

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