Homesteading, Ranching and Exploration

225 Cache Street

This location of our museum features 6 main exhibit spaces as well as a local history bookstore and museum shop. The 5 permanent exhibits include The Art of the Hunt, Homesteading in Jackson, Cattle Ranching, Dude Ranching, and Western Entertainment. Our rotating exhibit currently is Exploration in the Tetons.

JHHSM: American Indians of Greater Yellowstone

105 Glenwood Street

The original building of the Jackson Hole Society and Museum, this location features 3 rooms that address the American Indian of the Greater Yellowstone area. Specifically, fur traders and the Shoshone and Sheep Eater native tribes. The Glenwood Museum is only open during the summer.

JHHSM: Mercill Education and Events Center

105 Mercill Street

The Mercill location serves as a touchstone for the majority of our programming related to education and events. The Mercill Education and Event Center features three rooms; the ‘Community Room’, the ‘Trading Post’, and the ‘Living off the Land Room’.  Together, the three rooms and multiple activity stations at the Mercill provide a collaborative space for learning.


225 N Cache St
Jackson, WY 83001

105 North Glenwood Street
(at the corner of West Deloney Avenue)
Jackson, WY 83001
(closed in the winter)