Nearly all of the Jackson Hole Children's Museum exhibits were designed and built with the hands and hearts of artists and volunteers here in our community. We are grateful to the many individuals and corporate sponsors who have made our exhibits possible.
The Veterinarian Exhibit
Our newest Jackson Jobs exhibit highlights the veterinary trade! Be a veterinarian for a day - wear a lab coat, read x-rays, listen to a heartbeat with a stethoscope, and bandage or splint an animal.
The Book Nook
Sponsored by Rotary Club of Jackson Hole
Check out our hand-picked book selection categorized by science, cultural, art, holiday, Pre-K and chapter books. Third grade students from Jackson Elementary School created the wonderful literacy-based mural!
Climb, slide, and swing on the monkey bars, the Climber offers a physical challenge and learning tool as children develop and test their strength and coordination!
Sponsored by Center of Wonder Arts for All and the Armour Family
Help yourself to a plethora of materials – recycled, reclaimed, reimagined – and transform them into unique and creative treasures.
Sponsored by Community Foundation of Jackson Hole
A huge magnetic steel wall, explore tubes, gulleys, pulleys and screws, and learn about simple machines. Additional flexible, interactive wall with interchangeable tools and manipulatives.
This popular exhibit is a great place for children and caregivers to experience role play, learn about food sources, and practice basic math skills.
The Tot Spot
Sponsored by Sweet Peas LLC
This area is for our littlest visitors, designed to inspire the curiosity of kids under 3!
Wild Wind Machine
Designed by local craftsmen and artists, the Wind Machine allows kids to experiment with lift, drag, weight and thrust using different materials; and adjust airflow to see how wind affects flight.