Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum invites our Friends and Neighbors to join us in honoring Kelly Reubrecht for sharing many years of entertainment with Jackson Hole! Music provided by the Teton Fiddlers and the Cathedral Voices.
Ancient mountain peoples made their home in some of Wyoming’s most popular outdoor recreation areas—and alpine archaeologists are just beginning to unlock the secrets.
Free sneak peak open house at the new Mercill Archaeology Center at 105 Mercill on Sunday, July 27 from 10am – 4pm, and on Tuesday, July 29 from 4pm – 7 pm. Range of activities for the whole family including a mock archaeological dig.
An anonymous donor has offered to match any of the new donations for the Mercill Archaeology Center that come in this week up to $3,600! Help us take advantage of this generous offer and double your donation – Thank you! Go to https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mercill-archaeology-center/x/7151575
TravelStorysGPS (a FREE app) has brought the historic downtown Jackson walking tour to the tips of your fingers!
This newest addition to the app is a partnership between Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum and TravelStorysGPS, and was funded in part by Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is launching an exciting new initiative! The Mercill Archaeology Center is the cornerstone of the museum’s Jackson Hole Archaeology Initiative, a series of public programs and research opportunities in the Teton and Greater Yellowstone Regions based out of its historical Coey Cabin. Offering a combination of class and […]
Jackson native Mark James Mercill passed away on January 3, 2014. His family requested that the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum set up a memorial in his name. Donations made in his memory have been used to create the Mercill Archaeology Center at the historic Coey cabin at 105 Mercill. The formal dedication with the family is scheduled for Saturday, August 9th at 2:00 p.m.
As the busy summer season approaches, we need volunteers to be museum docents, retail store staff, walking tour guides, program presenters, and hosts for the Wyoming State Historical Society annual Trek Weekend June 20-23.
Walt Farmer, a loyal friend of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, died on January 29, 2014. We knew Walt as a lover of history, dedicated volunteer and patriotic veteran, and we will miss him. Thank you Walt for your dedication to the community, our heritage, and our nation.
” A Western Winter’s Eve – Music, Dance & Film ‘Coach Style’” at the Center for the Arts on Friday, March 14th, 6:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. The Stagecoach’s legendary Sunday Night ‘church’ and Disco Night collide at this all-ages event that is the LAST CHANCE to see “The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads” on the big screen in Jackson.