• Speakers Series Indigenous History

Welcome to Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum

The Museum and Store is open

Our Cache Museum & Store is open for the Winter Season through April 3, 2021. We can’t wait to share Jackson Hole History with you! 

Please note: masks required covering nose and mouth; not more than 4 distinct groups and/or 15 individuals at one time. Read details on our current health and safety measures.

To send a research request, please email research@jacksonholehistory.org. See our staff contacts for more services. We’re happy to help you!

To see additional happenings including virtual events, visit our events calendar. Our current Community Co-op Corner Exhibit “Mountains to Manuscripts: Women’s Writing in Wyoming 1900-1950” is available in person and also online.

Welcome to the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum

Welcome to the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum where we are dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing the cultural history of Jackson Hole. The JHHSM uses local places, stories, traditions, and artifacts to illustrate the past and its connection to the present and future.

Founded in 1958 by collector and western history buff, Slim Lawrence, along with his friend and local businessman, Homer Richards, we are a nonprofit 501(c)3 museum, archive, and educational center providing resources on the last 11,000+ years of human presence in the Tetons. Jackson Hole history has shaped the contemporary local community, while also influencing regional, national, and international communities. Come explore our diverse history from archaeology to indigenous peoples, to the fur trade and explorers, homesteading and settlement, ranching, dude ranching, tourism, mountaineering and outdoor recreation, conservation, and more.

We welcome you to check out our online resources and visit in person to learn more.