Attractions

Top Choice Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park

Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center

Your first stop should be this incredibly well-done visitor center, if only for the sighting-lines on the floor that nail down exactly which peaks are staring back at you through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The ob…
Park in Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park

Mountain in Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton

Crowning glory of the park, the dagger-edged Grand Teton (13,775ft/4199m) has taunted many a would-be mountaineer. The first white men to claim to have summited were James Stevenson and Nathanial Langford, part of t…
Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park

Laurance S Rockefeller Preserve Center

In contrast to other visitor centers, the beautiful Laurance S Rockefeller Preserve Center is a meditative experience. Sitting on 3100 acres donated by the Rockefeller family, the sparely furnished and LEED-certifie…
Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park

Colter Bay Visitor Center

Beyond the typical answering questions and issuing backcountry permits, this Visitor Center has a small but intriguing museum of Native American arts, crafts and culture. Most days you can watch resident artists kna…
Historic Site in Grand Teton National Park

Menor's Ferry Historic District

In 1892, entrepreneuring Ohioan Bill Menor took advantage of this narrow channel in the Snake River and established a homestead, ferry and general store. The buildings are open for exploration, and visitors can ride…
Ghost Town in Grand Teton National Park

Mormon Row

Welcome to possibly the most photographed spot in the park – and for good reason. The aged wooden barns and fence rails make a quintessential pastoral scene perfectly framed by the imposing bulk of the Tetons. The b…
River in Grand Teton National Park

Oxbow Bend

One of the most famous scenic spots in Grand Teton National Park for wildlife-watching is Oxbow Bend, with the reflection of Mt Moran as a stunning backdrop. Dawn and dusk are the best times to spot moose, elk, sand…
Museum in Grand Teton National Park

Indian Arts Museum

Displays 80 pieces from the vast collection of David T Vernon (other pieces are under restoration). Artifacts include beautiful beadwork, bags and photographs. The visitor center offers books on Native American hist…
Historic Site in Grand Teton National Park

Cunningham Cabin

Ranchers Pierce and Margaret Cunningham, early major supporters of Grand Teton National Park, cultivated a cattle ranch at Cunningham Cabin in 1890, 6 miles south of Moran Junction. The property is one of the best s…