It used to be that Jackson Hole closed up shop—and its restaurants, galleries, and entertainment—between summer and winter. These days, fall jumps with cultural and outdoor options.
Sights and Events
Center for the Arts: David Sedaris and Ani DiFranco have performed at the 525-seat theater. In October, it holds the Wild Fest, with films and speakers.
Mountain Dandy and Made: Neighboring shops sell a cutely curated collection—jewelry, cards, animal mounts fashioned from Pendleton blankets—handcrafted by artists from across the country.
National Museum of Wildlife Art: From its free outdoor Sculpture Trail to its permanent collection of 5,000-plus pieces, including works by Picasso and Western painter John Clymer, the place defines wildlife broadly.