Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum

225 N. Cache Street

Our museum features exhibits (permanent and rotating), a museum store with local history books and unique gifts, and a research center. The permanent exhibits include American Indian History of the Tetons, Homesteading in Jackson, Cattle Ranching, Dude Ranching, Western Entertainment, and more.

Parking is available behind the Museum building or across the street in the Home Ranch Public Parking Lot. 

225 N Cache St
Jackson, WY 83001

Please note the JHHSM’s museum at 105 N. Glenwood Street in Downtown Jackson, most recently known as the American Indians of the Greater Yellowstone Museum, is no longer open.

Through the kind generosity of Homer Richards and his family, the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum (JHHSM) has used the historic building at 105 N. Glenwood over the last 62 years for summer museum exhibits. Homer Richard’s grandchildren, Jim Richards and Susan Scarlett-Walker, have an opportunity to sell the building to new owners who wish to continue to preserve and operate the Deloney Mercantile building as a new retail space. Homer Richard’s grandchildren have generously provided a portion of the proceeds to the JHHSM from the sale to continue Homer Richard’s wish to preserve the history of the town he so loved and the parties have agreed to terminate JHHSM’s lease of the building. The collections formerly housed there will be relocated to a new year-round museum campus that JHHSM will construct on the southeast corner of the historic Van Vleck Block. Until this new campus is complete, the JHHSM will continue to operate primarily out of 225 N. Cache Street where a portion of this extraordinary collection will be temporarily exhibited.  JHHSM wishes to express its heart-felt appreciation to Homer Richards and his family for their support over many years in promoting and protecting the history of Jackson Hole, and JHHSM intends to continue to honor Homer’s memory at the new campus.