The Jackson Hole Historical Society shares its archives and collection at the History Museum in historic downtown Jackson, Wyoming.
The Museum is closed until March 31, 2013, to install a new homesteading exhibit. The Museum Store will remain open Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Museum Store is Celebrating Women’s History Month: Come see a great selection of books on women who made history in Jackson Hole and the West!
Administration is open Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm.
On behalf of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, thank you for your understanding during this time of transition.
EXHIBITION COMING SOON: Homesteading the Hole: A Story of Survival and Perseverance
Founded over 50 years ago by collector Slim Lawrence and entrepreneur Homer Richards, the Museum is a place where the Old West is still alive. Our exhibits capture the spirit and the culture of the early days of Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and the Yellowstone region, featuring an outstanding collection of American Indian artifacts, as well as fur trade era tools and firearms, and items from the ranching and pioneer settlement era.
Stan Klassen Research Center
The Research Center features a library of Western Americana, biographical data, photograph archives, oral histories, movies, videos, newspaper microfilm and more. Click here for more information.