The Iconic Cowboy Bar
You can’t visit Jackson Hole without going to the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar! Originally constructed in the late 1890s, this site was the town’s first bank before it became a café in the early 1900s. In 1937, it was renamed the Cowboy Bar and was granted Wyoming’s first official liquor license following the repeal of prohibition. Renamed the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in 1940, it remains one of Jackson’s most popular tourist destinations, famous for its Western dancing, live music and saddles in place of bar stools.