Walking Tours & Museum Tours

PUBLIC HISTORIC PRESERVATION WALKING TOURS

Join historical society staff and volunteers for an hour-long walking tour of historic downtown Jackson.

Learn about Jackson Hole’s historic buildings and colorful characters.

Meet in the center of the Town Square ~ rain or shine.

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10:30 a.m. during the summer from Memorial Day weekend through the last full week in September.

FREE for individuals. Groups must make special arrangements by calling the office at 307-733-2414 to inquire about dates and rates.

You can also download the free app to your tablet or Smartphone and take the tour on your own at TravelStorys.com.

PRIVATE WALKING TOURS AND MUSEUM PROGRAMMING

As part of our education mission–to collect, preserve and explore the cultural, and related natural history of Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone area through education, research, public programming and collaboration–we offer a variety of adult programming. Please let us know what your group’s specific interests are and we can specifically align it to our programming. Our adult education programs include: Museum Visit and Docent Tour, Historic Preservation Walking Tour, Community Organization Visit, and Archaeology Field Excursions (during summer).


 PRICING

Pricing for education groups is based on desired program and amount of participants. If funding is any issue please mention in your request and we can try to find a way to accommodate your group or work with you on finding a grant.

Museum Visit: $6/participant, price based on museum admission

Historic Preservation Walking Tour: $6/participant

Includes 1-2 of downtown walking tour, price based on museum admission

(for touring groups with more than 50 participants we will consider a group rate)

Special Event Presentation: approx $250/day (dependent on number of students and programs to teach)

Archaeology Field Excursion/Linn Canyon Excavation: approx $250/day (15 student limit)

For more information please email the Education and Program Director, Frances Ritchie at frances@jacksonholehistory.org or call the museum at 307-733- 2414.