Play to Learn!

For 5 years, the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum has provided space for children of all ages to PLAY, CREATE, EXPLORE and DISCOVER.

We envision a community that embraces children as curious, collaborative and innovative individuals. We believe the museum should be a resource accessible to all children in our community.

  • 9,500 visits to the Museum in 2016
  • 250 K-5th grade children enrolled in out of school day programs in 2016
  • 80% of K-5th grade students in Teton County attended a STEAM program 

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Valuable Pre-K experiences result in kindergarten readiness and school success. Our unique play spaces provide children and their caregivers enriching experiences which foster an interest in and love for  learning.

Quality and affordable out-of-school care for working families has been identified as one of the top community needs in Teton County. Our after-school and summer programs address these needs.  

Help us improve educational outcomes for children in our community.