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Jackson Hole Playhouse - The oldest framed building in Jackson. Over the years since it's foundation as the Pink Garter Theatre to a stint as the Diamond Lil' and on to the last twenty years as the Jackson Hole Playhouse, it has entertained families and travelers of all different shapes, sizes, and dispositions.

Bar J Chuckwagon Supper & Western Music Show - The Bar J Wranglers will entertain the entire family as they take you down memory trail with songs, stories, comedy, yodeling, fiddling and more! Experience an evening you'll never forget at the Bar J Chuckwagon.

National Museum of Wildlife Art - With collections of nearly 2,300 works of art, the museum strives to enrich and inspire public appreciation of fine art and man's relationship with nature by focusing its exhibitions and programs on wildlife. Sited on a butte in Jackson Hole, the museum overlooks the 20,000-acre National Elk Refuge and is on access to the great Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! - Whether you survive the puzzling illusion of the "Flip-Flop Lodge" or hike through our Bizzare Forest, here at Ripley's Believe It or Not you'll find something for everyone.

Rock Springs Historical Museum - The Museum is housed in the original Rock Springs City Hall. The building was built in 1894. The museum now houses many exhibits on the history of Rock Springs.

Sweetwater Events Complex - Year round events include County Fair, Rodeos, Moto-Cross Racing, BMX Racing, Stock Car Racing and more.

Grand Targhee Resort - Cradled in the western slope of the Teton Mountains, this full-service, year-round resort promises you the vacation of your dreams. Two mountain peaks with over 2,500 acres of skiable terrain. Famous for consistently superb snow conditions with over 500 inches annually.

White Pine Ski Area & Resort - Wyoming's oldest ski area, located in the beautiful Wind River Mountains just 10 miles from Pinedale. Year-round recreation includes downhill & Nordic skiing, snowboarding, horseback adventures, downhill mountain biking, scenic chairlift rides, hiking and fishing during summer.

Off Square Theatre Company - A vibrant, year-round theatre company located in Jackson. Based in the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, Off Square produces and presents quality theatre and theatre education to enrich the cultural life of the area.

Fort Bridger State Historic Site - Established by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez in 1843 as an emigrant supply stop along the Oregon Trail. There are several restored historical buildings including a trading post and the 1888 stone barracks which houses a museum.

Sweetwater County Historical Museum - Discover the rich cultural heritage of southwestern Wyoming at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum. Established in 1967 to preserve the history of Sweetwater County, the museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits, a large historical photograph collection, and local history research material.

Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum - A museum stops time, propelling visitors back to another time-a moment in the memories of people, families, and community. Visitors are inspired with yesterday's stories from the beginnings of Jackson Hole, Trappers, Dude Ranchers, Homesteaders, Adventurers, and Characters.

Uinta County Museum - Located in the historic Carnegie building. Housed inside are historical artifacts, photographs and archival records related to the history of Evanston and the surrounding area.

Teton Wagon Train and Horse Adventure - The cowboys of the Double H Bar Ranches look forward to leading you on a 4 day, 3 night adventure of a lifetime into this beautiful and historic country. Enjoy a taste of the west as savory meals are prepared in Dutch Ovens over an open fire

Snow King Mountain - Located in the heart of Wyoming ski country. Only 6 blocks from downtown Jackson, the resort is close to shopping, restaurants and nightlife while surrounded by the Bridger Teton National Forest. Jackson Hole is the year round gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

National Elk Refuge - Home to around 5,000 wintering elk and is the winter range for a bison herd numbering over 800. Naturalists lead free wildlife excursions several times a week during the winter season or you can pay to take a sleigh ride. Both are great ways to observe and photograph the animals.

Museum of the Mountain Man - The Museum presents a visual and interpretative experience into the romantic era of the Mountain man and provides a comprehensive overview of the Western Fur Trade's historical significance. Situated in the heart of the country that was once the hub of the Rocky Mountain Rendezvous system, the Museum stands as a monument to the men and the commerce that opened the West.