Jackson Hole Traveler - Visitor Guide


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Elevated Artistry

Browse the shops behind Jackson’s reputation as a premier arts town and get a sense for art in Jackson Hole.
  • Teton Rush Hour

    Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery Legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen is celebrating 40 years of traveling throughout the natural world observing and photographing the Earth’s last great wild places. Mangelsen has captured wild moments and vast panoramas from all seven continents. We invite you to visit the Mangelsen—Images of Nature Gallery (mangelsen.com) located one block north of the historic Town Square. The gallery features more than 200 limited edition and artist proof prints in a variety of display options.
    307-733-9752 | 170 North Cache St., Jackson

  • National Museum of Wildlife Art Shop

    National Museum of Wildlife Art The shop at the National Museum of Wildlife Art is the perfect place to browse for art and wildlife-inspired gifts. Here, we collect one-of-a-kind retail items that complement our vast artistic collection and equally vast views. We offer apparel and accessories, books, children’s gifts, home furnishings, fine jewelry, stationery, posters and prints, and special exhibition items. Make sure to stop in when you visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art! John James Audubon (Santo Domingo, 1785 – 1851), Snowy Owls, c. 1830. Hand-Colored Engraving. 37 1/2 x 24 3/8 inches. Gift of the 2008 Collectors Circle, National Museum of Wildlife Art.
    307-733-5771 | 2820 Rungius Road, Jackson

  • Jackson Hole’s Contemporary Romantic Realism Gallery

    Quent Cordair Fine Art Gallery

    The gallery’s collection celebrates moments of happiness, joy, and success, in a quaint and luminous space just off Town Square. Internationally renown as well as emerging artists are represented. Commissioned art available. Worldwide shipping. 

    307-264-1964 | 105 Glenwood Suite B, Jackson

  • WORKSHOP/Susan Fleming Jewelry

    Workshop/Susan Fleming Jewelry You will find an eclectic and whimsical mix of handcrafted items in Workshop, located just off Town Square. Choose from locally made jewelry by Susan Fleming and other artisans, belt buckles, ceramics, children’s gifts, home goods (such as Western- and wildlife-themed throw pillows) and even apparel.
    307-203-7856 | 180 East Deloney, Jackson

  • Gallery Wild

    Gallery WILD Founded by painter Carrie Wild and photographer Jason Williams, Gallery Wild features a working art studio and showcases works by established and emerging contemporary artists inspired by wildlife, conservation and open spaces.
    307-203-2322 | 80 W Broadway, Jackson

  • Danshelley Jewelers

    DanShelley Jewelers Reflecting our beautiful environment is definitely what you will experience at this gallery. Extensive collections of wildlife, scenic, and native gemstones. Experience unique one of a kind designs for lasting memories.
    307-733-2259 | 125 North Cache Street Gaslight Alley, Jackson

  • Mountain Man Toy Shop

    Mountain Man Toy Shop Dangerous Toys for Big Boys. Show the folks at home how they field-dress “speed goats” in these parts. Locally forged, custom Damascus knives, USA-made pocketknives and tomahawks line the walls of this shop. Try on the sustainable bison-fur coats to answer the call of the mountain man or woman in you.
    307-733-4193 | 98 Center St, Jackson

  • Fine Indian Art Since 1976

    Two Grey Hills Fine Indian Art Since 1976, Two Grey Hills Indian Arts & Jewelry has specialized in exceptional Navajo rugs, award-winning Pueblo pottery and the finest Native American jewelry. Our family takes pride in offering you a wonderful selection with knowledgeable and friendly service. Take home a memorable piece of the West with a multi-stone inlay bear or buffalo pendant.
    307-733-2677 | 110 E. Broadway, Jackson