Wednesday, June 03, 2009


National Museum of Wildlife Art - Jackson, WY

Little-known but fascinating is the National Museum of Wildlife Art near Jackson, WY. The place is built of native stone, and built into the side of a mountain.
The entrance is a huge demonstration of logs and statuary.
The museum, identified by a large sign from each direction, is marked at the entrance road by this sculpted display of a bull Elk and four does.
At the entrance to the parking lot, buffalo captured in sculpture.
From the cafe inside this picture of a reclining bear sculpture outside with the local mountains behind it across the plains of the National Elk Refuge.
Unfortunately, the inside is not open to cameras, but the art is amazing.

Another unplanned and marvelous surprise on our trip.


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