Museum News

IAD_thumbnail International Archaeology Day!

        Join us Oct 18 and 19 to “celebrate archaeology and the thrill of discovery!”   Family Day:    Join staff archaeologists between 11am- 2pm at the Mercill Archaeology Center (105 Mercill Ave) for a family dig day including searching for artifacts in our mock excavation, soapstone carving, atlatl throwing, miniature tipi painting and more! […]

Petroglyphs Reserve your spot on our Fall Petroglyph Tours- September 27 and October 11!

 Join JHHSM archaeologists on an educational tour of the petroglyphs around Dubois (Sept 27 and Oct 11). Discover the history of these remarkable works of art and the Shoshone who made them. In addition to the petroglyphs, the program will detail some of the other important archaeological research in the area, and discuss the importance of archaeological […]

Hardeman Barn for slide show 2 Barn Bash September 19th

“A Treasure Hidden in Plain Sight: The Moseley/Hardeman Barn”
Film Premiere, Panel Discussion, Fine Art Exhibit, Live Music & Dance

Voices of the Valley – Why There Is No Wilderness in GTNP

A panel discussion with Dr. Robert Righter, with a signing afterwards of his latest book Peaks, Politics, and Passion: Grand Teton National Park Comes of Age. This is the first of our programs in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Wilderness Act.

CFJH_logo_color_oldbills_2014_WEB Old Bill’s Fun Run

Please remember the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum when you donate through Old Bill’s Fun Run – we need and appreciate your support!

Sponsor banner for slide show Museums closed August 3rd

Both museums will be closed on August 3rd because staff will be preparing for and presenting the Slim Lawrence Western Heritage Festival from 4-7 pm at the Teton County Fairgrounds’ Grassy Arena.